This may be the quickest way to book a night in your local jail.

A man from Ouachita Parish made headlines after he was accused of slapping a Monroe police officer. What's more alarming than the sentence you just read is how it all actually went down.

This past Sunday night (Oct. 24), a Monroe police officer says he was driving in the 1800 block of Grammont Street when he was flagged down by Troy Davis. The officer says Davis approached his driver-side window, greeting him by saying "What's up, man?"

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Before the officer could even respond, he says that Davis slapped him in the face. If that wasn't bad enough, Davis reportedly followed up the slap by saying "F*** the police," before attempting to walk away.

He didn't get far before being arrested and slapped with a felony charge of battery on a police officer.

Historically, slapping police has never really gone over well. I remember seeing a naked man slap an officer in Houston and get tased immediately.

I often assume that people are usually going through things, battling issues, or demons—but regardless of the reasoning, slapping cops usually ends up being a terrible move.

Today's lesson: Don't slap cops. Actually—don't slap anyone.

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