BRIDGEVILLE (KDKA) – Police had some stern words for a person who performed a BMX trick on the hood of a police car.READ MORE: U.S. Customs And Border Protection Has Seized More Than 6,000 Counterfeit COVID-19 Vaccination Cards Across The Country
According to Bridgeville Police, the teenage suspect used Snapchat to show off how they rode a BMX bike across the hood of a police car.
In a post on their Facebook page, police had some words for the individual responsible.
“So you wanted to be a social media superstar, huh??? Well, you came to the right place, cause I’ll make you famous…I guess you thought it would be cool to get up on the hood of the police car with your bike and pull off a little BMX stunt… Obviously you haven’t learned a lot in your early teenage years.”READ MORE: Pittsburgh Man Gets 15 To 30 Years In 2015 Murder
In the post, police indicated they were able to track the suspect down through their followers on Facebook.
The post went on to say they obtained a confession from the suspect within an hour.
It closed with some advice for the suspect.MORE NEWS: Teen Arrested In Homewood South Shooting That Injured 4
“Bridgeville Police sincerely hopes that you find something more constructive to do in your free time in the future, as you may find yourself in the police car 🚔 and not on it the next time.”