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We all like to think that we're "boss" from time to time, but this elephant was making sure everyone knew who was in charge, and even our local police force got a taste of the telling off…

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Meet Constable Elliot, the latest New Zealand Police recruit teaching Kiwis to drive slowly
The pet rodent has been pictured wearing a miniature police uniform – complete with hat – in a social media post aimed at the country's motorists. In the post, shared almost 10,000 times, Constable Elliot calls on readers to "do your part to keep our kids safe."
He says: "Did you know that a piggie's top speed can be around 9km/hr? Not me, I have gone a bit overboard on the carbs lately and need to lighten up, so I go even slower. I am not too fast and that's the way I like it – slow is safe!
The force later revealed that Elliot was a "well cared for family pet" belonging to a member of the media team.

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Police Officers In Australia Share Their Daily Work In A Series Of Hilarious Posts

Who said Police officers can't have some fun in their daily routine? A guy named Mr. Tatem posted on Imgur few witty and hilarious posts he found on the official facebook page of NSW police in Australia. You'll never think about the police in the same way again. 



20 hilarious posts shared by police officers in Australia are sweeping the internet - Dog calling police to report owner gone for a while 12 seconds.
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Newport Police was called to deal with a cat on tree holding a rifle
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The armed suspect replied: "Meow'! The day animals will start operating rifles will be the end of the world as we know it. Thank god this day is still far, unless you live in Newport, Oragon. Few weeks ago, the Newport Police Facebook page posted a picture of a cat in a tree, looking like it was holding an assault rifle. Ultimately though, Newporters can breathe a sigh of relief, because according to the Newport Police, "Reports of an armed cat this morning were unfounded and the cat was only given a verbal warning". Apparently, it was a funny case of optical illusion.