Say What?!: New Jersey Police Use Officer in Donald Duck Suit for Traffic Sting

FORT LEE, New Jersey – Police in New Jersey ticketed several drivers on Halloween for failing to yield to a man in a Donald Duck costume.

The effort was part of the Fort Lee police’s “Pedestrians in the Crosswalk” safety program, WABC reports.

An officer wore a costume resembling a Donald Duck mascot and would attempt to cross the road. Drivers who failed to yield to the pedestrian were ticketed by police further down the street, with more than 100 receiving $230 citations and two-point deductions from their driver’s licenses.

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