A cop pulled out his ticket book when a teen started cursing near a playground in a Michigan town.
Colin Anderson was given a $200 ticket when he used profanity to voice his displeasure with an officer in the area of the playground in the Detroit suburb of Brighton, according to the Daily Mail.
Anderson claimed he muttered the words under his breath, but the officer disagreed, saying the teen's language amounted to disorderly conduct.
"I don't think I deserve this ticket," Anderson said. "I don't think I did anything wrong."