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Today's Most: Man impersonates police officer to get discount at Dunkin Donuts

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TODAY'S MOST...Ridiculous man impersonating a police officer to get discounts at Dunkin Donuts: 48-year old Charles Barry is accused of routinely going to a Dunkin Donuts in Florida and requesting a discount because he was a law enforcement officer. At times he said he was a U.S. Marshall, other times he said he was with the local sheriff's department. Sometimes he flashed a badge. One time he even showed a gun. However, at no time did he ever actually work for any law enforcement agency. After Dunkin Donuts told the local sheriff about the situation, they set up surveillance cameras and filmed Barry the next time he tried to get the discount (you can see the surveillance video.) Then they pulled him over. Turns out, he used a badge that had once belonged to his father. It's amazing what some people try to get away with.

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