Stand-up comic and part-time gay bar cook Randy Liedtke has come up with a fool's foolproof way of pissing off a cop: Baking cookies that look like iPhones and then driving around with them pretending to talk.
"Baked some iPhone cookies to trick cops into pulling me over," he wrote on his Tumblr earlier this week, "then I just take a bite and ask if cookies are against the law."
So far so funny, until Randy allegedly took the iPhone cookies out for a test drive.
Now, before you read on, keep in mind that this is the same Randy Liedtke whose name contains the word "lied" and who was directly responsible for last week's fake Pace Foods "Twitter meltdown," so take this for what it is.
In a series of tweets supposedly sent during his half-baked experiment, Randy gets his wish of getting pulled over.
Then something even funnier happens:
Just saw a police car going the other way. Gonna turn around and see if I can catch up and drive by it. #iphonecookie— Randy Liedtke (@randyliedtke) December 11, 2013
OH MAN IM GETTING PULLED OVER STAY TUNED!— Randy Liedtke (@randyliedtke) December 11, 2013
OH MAN OH MAN OH MAN pic.twitter.com/S9agLdSJPS— Randy Liedtke (@randyliedtke) December 11, 2013
Took a bite out of the cookie. He was so confused and angry. Told me to hold tight, he is back in his car now.— Randy Liedtke (@randyliedtke) December 11, 2013
Says I have a warrant for unpaid parking tickets? Making me go with him. Letting me text gf but Im tweeting this. pic.twitter.com/vv89MUqg0Q— Randy Liedtke (@randyliedtke) December 11, 2013
Wasn't worth it. I'm an idiot... No more iPhone Cookies pic.twitter.com/MbQZq0UA9O— Randy Liedtke (@randyliedtke) December 12, 2013