These Police Officers Are Handing Out Dairy Queen Blizzards Instead of Tickets

Staff Writer
The Warner Robins Police Department in Georgia handed out DQ blizzards for a day instead of traffic and speeding tickets

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“I’m sorry, ma’am, I’m going to have to give you a ticket. Would you like chocolate sauce?”

If you happen to find yourself driving in Macon, Georgia, today and hear police sirens behind you, try not to panic.

 Macon’s finest, the Warner Robins Police Department, are handing out Dairy Queen Blizzards instead of tickets for one day only to celebrate Dairy Queen’s 10th annual Miracle Treat Day, where $1 from each Blizzard sale benefits the Children’s Hospital, Navicent Health, in Macon, according to the Macon Telegraph.

The local Dairy Queen donated an entire cooler of the milkshake/ice cream-like treats to the police department. Police officer Ed Smith and his fellow officers drove up and down the local main drag, Watson Boulevard, to pull over unsuspecting motorists, give them a treat, and educate them on the helping out these children in need.

In accordance with the law, each of the people who were pulled over had committed a traffic violation.  

“This is the best pullover I’ve ever got,” said Logan Watson, who was driving with faulty taillights and received an Oreo Blizzard. “It’s melting, but... I’m going to eat it as soon as we leave here.”

 

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