Can one exercise the right to remain silent if they haven't yet learned how to speak?
That's the dilemma one 10-month-old girl faced after she was playfully pulled over by her policeman father.
Alex Kipp, an officer with the Orlando Police Department, was returning home from work Tuesday when he spotted his baby daughter, Talynn, driving the wrong way down the road in her toy car.
Realizing the nature of the very adorable crime, Kipp put his lights on and pulled the juvenile offender over.
"License, registration and proof of insurance," the officer requests in a now viral video.
OPD Officer Alex Kipp was returning home from work when he pulled over his daughter Talynn for driving on the wrong side of the road. When asked for her license, registration, and proof of insurance, Talynn laughed at Officer Kipp and was subsequently let go with just a warning. pic.twitter.com/CIjyEhv02c
— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) June 25, 2019
After Talynn giggles at her father's demand, he reassures her that he very much means business.
"I don’t believe this is a laughing matter, ma’am," Kipp tells the beaming baby.
Thankfully, since Talynn was a first-time offender, her dad let her off with just a warning.