CBS Local — At a Fourth of July block party in Asheville, North Carolina, one of the residents set up a giant slip-and-slide for the kids (and adults). The fun seemed certain to stop when police showed up because of a complaint that the slip-and-slide was blocking the road.
The cops surveyed the scene, assessed whether or not the fun was blocking any traffic, and asked: “Who’s got next?”
“When the police came, they quickly realized that wasn’t the case and asked if they could take a turn,” said Katlen Joyce Smith, a resident, via CNN.
One officer used a trash bag to slide down as the kids were, while the other got escorted down in a big water raft.
“We looked at it and determined it wasn’t really an issue,” said Officer Carrie Lee, via a video from the police department. “So the first thing I said, I said I’m not here to break up your fun.”