How many times have you been pulled over and you really didn't think you broke any law. Maybe it was so the officer can get a better look at you and possibly a date out of it. A Chicago police officer allegedly turned a $132 speeding ticket into a possible date.  Wonder what kinda pick-up line did he use on her is my question? Apparently  he later tracked down the female driver and asked her out, saying "the least he could do for the money he cost her was to treat her to dinner". Wait was the pickup line..Womp..Womp..Womp..Wrong answer Mr. officer.

Associated Press says:

"Evagelina Paredes  filed a lawsuit  in U.S. District Court in Chicago, accusing police officer Chris Collins  of violating her privacy. She alleges that after she was ticketed on Oct. 22, Collins searched for her address in the motor-vehicle database and left a handwritten note on  the windshield of her car,  which was parked outside her apartment in the Chicago suburb of Stickney, asking her out on a date."

When the women was issues the $132 ticket not only had to give up her time but also gave up her personal info leading to how the officer contacted her by hunting her down and leaving her a note on her windshield.

Mr. Officer told her:

"It's Chris … that ugly bald Stickney cop who gave you that ticket. … I know this may seem crazy and you're probably right, but truth is I have not stopped thinking about you since. I don't expect a girl as attractive as you to … even go for a guy like me, but I'm taking a shot anyways."I did cost you $132 - least I can do is buy you dinner," the note reportedly read.

Wow the could really turn into a good movie! The women didn't fall for Mr. officer pick up line for a date and would rather pay the $132 then go on a date with the cop. Ouch! Would you go on a date with a cop to get out of a ticket?

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