You can’t say that the defunded and depleted New York Police Department isn’t still vigilant and keeping Manhattanites safe from imminent threats. Some eagle-eyed boys in blue spotted a New Jersey man cruising down Ninth Avenue Saturday in a Hummer with what appeared to be a cannon mounted on its roof.
Almost as alarming, some of the messaging on the vehicle displayed the images of three cartridges.
As the New York Post reports . . .
The NYPD pulled the Hummer over at West 16th Street, where [Christopher] Stoney, who had two passengers, told them Wardrobe is his clothing company.
It’s a company-owned vehicle, he explained, used to launch T-shirts during promotional events.
Stoney owns a clothing line called Wardrobe by Warchyld. In the company’s logo, the ‘E’ at the end of Wardrobe is ominously made up of three rifle cartridges.
The horror…the horror.
Stoney tried to explain that the t-shirt launcher is just a promotional tool for his business, but . . .
Unmoved, cops hauled Stoney, a New Jersey resident, and his passengers to the Midtown South Precinct, where he was ticketed for unlawful possession of an air rifle.
The cops also removed the t-shirt cannon from Stoney’s Hummer and confiscated it as evidence. New Yorkers have been sleeping a little more soundly ever since.
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