Florida man cited for driving "Booty Patrol" truck that looked like Border Patrol truck. I thought this was a free country! 😂
· Nov 2, 2023 · NottheBee.com

Man, I really want to move to Florida cuz these are my type of people. And this guy right here - absolute legend, I don't care what anyone says.

If you're out driving around in a "Booty Patrol" truck that looks just like Border Patrol, with the berries and cherries on the dash, I will totally be your friend. But apparently the police, well, they will not.

The deputy with the DeSoto County Sheriff's Office pulled over the white Chevy Silverado pickup on Sunday and issued the driver, Gabriel Luviano, of Bradenton, a $113 citation for adding red and blue lights to his ride.

Luviano's truck features a green diagonal stripe, an official-looking federal emblem and red and blue flashing lights on its dashboard — making it easy to mistake for a US Border Patrol vehicle if not for the word "BOOTY PATROL" written in large capital letters and "National Booty Behavior Protection" plastered on the side.

The sheriff's office accused Luviano of "impersonating law enforcement" and posted several images of the vehicle on Facebook to "raise awareness" among community members.

Gabe is a teenager, by the way, and it was the berries and cherries that got him. I guess you just can't be driving around with those red and blue lights on your vehicle.

Still, I want to know, was he using the lights when he was pulled over? Like, were they on? Maybe they had reports of the lights being on at some point, but he says he never used them in public and I feel like unless those lights are shining he shouldn't get in trouble. Just my two cents. I mean, this is America.

Anyone with a "Booty Patrol" truck deserves to live that dream out until it's run its course. Plus, you never know, maybe he deported a few illegal immigrants in his time behind that Booty Patrol wheel!

Here's the Facebook post from the narcs over there in DeSoto County:

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