Mom calls cops on three-year-old over seat belt

(Source: CNN)
(Source: CNN)

(CNN) – An Arizona mom went to extremes to teach her 3-year-old the importance of seat belt safety. Michelle fortin’s daughter unbuckled her seat belt during a ride home, so the mom called the police.

Officers from the Scottsdale Police Department arrived at the scene and took the opportunity to back up the mom’s message — driving home the importance of seat belts.

“I guess it was an extreme choice on my part to call police, but I knew she was going to remember it,” said mom.

Apparently, the plan worked and the little girl has promised it won’t happen again.

Groundkeepker mows Packers logo at workplace where boss is a Vikings fan

A brave grounds keeper in Wisconsin stuck it to the man when he painted a giant Green Bay Packers “G” on the lawn of the hotel where he works and where his boss is a well-known Vikings fan.

But given the hotel is in Packers-country, the boss did not throw any penalty flags at the cheesehead’s bold move.

Special needs teens scores a touchdown at high school football game

A Michigan high school football team’s water boy had a real “Rudy” moment when the team helped him realize a personal dream to score a touchdown.

The special needs teen, who normally provides water to players on the sideline suited up and ran a scoring play, courtesy of his teammates.

The boy’s mother, who has been battling cancer, was overcome with emotion

“This team has been instrumental in helping me get him to practice while I’m at chemo. It takes a village to raise my son and this village has really been outstanding,” said Debbie Heil, proud mother.

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