‘Cops’: The 15 Funniest Arrests from 25 Seasons

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March 8, 2014

Some of these 'Cops' arrest videos are too funny to believe.

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“Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do, whatcha gonna do when they come for you?”

The theme song for “Cops,” the original law enforcement reality show, asks a question criminals should be prepared to answer when they attempt to evade, resist, curse or attack those hired to protect and serve. More than 25 years since the show first aired March 11, 1989, millions of viewers still tune in weekly to watch routine police patrols in 140 cities and towns from Los Angeles to Little Rock and places in between. Catch new episodes of one of the longest-running TV shows in history on SpikeTV, but until then, here are 15 of the craziest, wildest and funniest arrests from the first 25 seasons.

Drug dealers have a no-refund policy. Who knew?

A knife-wielding woman rams a patrol car with her minivan then stabs the wrong person by accident.

Maybe this guy doesn’t realize the police don’t use fleece-lined novelty cuffs!

When an officer says, “Keep your hands where I can see them,” he means it!

This incident gives new meaning to the term “field” sobriety test.

The toughest suspects are the ones who growl and bite!

It’s always better to not resist.

“The loneliest man in Las Vegas” just wants to finish his beer.

When tears don’t work…

When things get rough…”proceed to have a food fight.”

What’s happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas. There are cameras everywhere!

“I ain’t your Papi!”

Maybe he should’ve just opened the gate?

Remember: Not all suspects are human.

Pick your favorite scene starting from the very first episode!

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Clare, Michigan, cops rescue hometown bakery

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