A Youngstown, OH police officer who pulled over a car that ran a red light on Wednesday is apparently a big fan of Quentin Tarantino films. The driver, Nicholas Serra, who was filming the traffic stop with his phone got an excited reaction from the cop as he reached into his pocket for his driver's license.

"Do you have a 'bad motherf*****' wallet?" the officer asks Serra, before looking over to his partner on the other side of the car, "I gotta let him go just on the fact he's got a 'bad motherf*****' wallet."

He does, in fact, end up letting him go with a verbal warning. Although it's not seen in the video, Serra's ticket-saving wallet must have been a replica of the one Samuel L. Jackson's character Jules Winnfield used in Tarantino's classic 1994 move, Pulp Fiction.


Is it the wallet that actually got this guy out of a fine, or do you think it was because he was respectful? Check out the video of the traffic stop here. Note that video contains explicit language.