Teenagers are sometimes misunderstood. Do you remember being a teen? The constant drama made everything seem amplified. Teenage-dom is a turbulent time! You're figuring out who you are, and you're craving independence even though you're living under your parent's roof and still have to go to school.
Most of us had a rebellious face when we were teenagers. Sure, I was a goody-good with straight A's and a constant need for approval from my elders, but even I had a bit of a rebel streak. It feels pretty normal, right? Every teen goes through that time when they're figuring themselves out and making decisions that probably aren't the smartest to make. Movies, books and magazine articles have been written about the tumultuous journeys of teens. Remember that movie Thirteen that terrified parents everywhere, with its tagline, "It's happening so fast."
Yes, rebellious phases are pretty normal for teens. But then there are some teens that take it to the next level...
Like a certain Canadian teen that has been in the news lately.This particular 17-year-old kid gives a new meaning to the word "rebel." You see, this teen was speeding away with a car that had stolen license plates.
But not just any car. This teen was driving a Maserati.You know, one of the world's most expensive cars. A typical Maserati costs over $100,000 to own.
This Maserati had very interesting stolen vanity plates.
Are these yours?....Looking for the rightful owner of #MrSexy They were unlawfully attached to a Maserati driven by… https://t.co/eyk04I6Sbd— OPP Highway Safety Division (@OPP Highway Safety Division)1549140634.0
Sgt. Kerry Schmidt's hashtag game may be strong, but he doesn't have time for games.Even if his tweet gained quite the response and social media attention.
Which he has no time for.
It has been entertaining to read the comments⬇️. Yes we were clever enough to run the plates to see who owns “… https://t.co/9xsIi6CGIJ— OPP Highway Safety Division (@OPP Highway Safety Division)1549218951.0
He tried that, Garrett!
@OPP_HSD If only there were some sort of registry linking plates to owners— Garrett Desjarlais (@Garrett Desjarlais)1549144656.0
The perfect use of a Zootopia gif.
@NeonTheon @OPP_HSD Say no more, fam! https://t.co/rVPBc3jE3d— Bojosi Gamontle. (@Bojosi Gamontle.)1549161977.0
One Twitter user knew exactly who the culprit was.
@OPP_HSD @LeafsLostSoul I think I know your guy..... https://t.co/H6bzTHgFSN— Place Holder (@Place Holder)1549141092.0
This Twitter user piped in with another ridiculous vanity plate.
@FishOnTradeOn @OPP_HSD https://t.co/YbGZw1hjAA— The Kārearea (@The Kārearea)1549144173.0
Another person threw in their idea for the culprit.
@OPP_HSD Gotta be famous Ontarian Mike Myers https://t.co/tlPMb5RKkc— Chris Taylor (@Chris Taylor)1549150369.0
This Twitter user pointed out something interesting.
@OPP_HSD Who gives a 17 year old a Maserati?!— Jenn Campbell (@Jenn Campbell)1549141007.0
Other Twitter users applauded the teen.
@twagz20 @OPP_HSD https://t.co/0YxXTv9Bwc— Eclectic Evelyn (@Eclectic Evelyn)1549176938.0
The jokes just kept on coming.
@OPP_HSD You have the right to remain... SEXY— Farah Ng (@Farah Ng)1549144327.0
This Twitter user wanted the plates for himself.
@OPP_HSD @BravesGasm these are not mine but if you can’t find the owner i will buy them to hang on my front door so… https://t.co/1id6AhMjVj— The Mummerdom Embarrasser (@The Mummerdom Embarrasser)1549145415.0
This Twitter user just couldn't get over the many layers to Sgt. Kerry Schmidt's tweet.
@OPP_HSD https://t.co/E6h9yufTeV— giana 🕊 (@giana 🕊)1549152345.0