He Thought Baking iPhone Cookies To Prank The Cops Was Funny, Until The Very End...

Photos of an iPhone cookie baker, who admits to trolling for cops, has prompted laughs and sparked outrage on Facebook. Here's why.

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Comedian Randy Liedtke came up with a hilarious and delicious prank that anyone who loves pissing off the cops would appreciate: iPhone cookies.

Edmonton radio station Hot 107 posted a split image of a man behind the wheel holding what looks like an iPhone. The second half of the image is a close up photo of what looks like chocolate cookies in the shape and size of an iPhone, with white icing providing the more intricate smartphone details.
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The caption below the image reads, "Baked some iPhone cookies to trick cops into pulling me over, then I just take a bite and ask if cookies are against the law."

Hot 107 Edmonton posted the image, which was a stunt by comedian Randy Liedtke, on its Facebook page.

Since then, the post has exploded with comments, most of which praised the cookies but panned the stunt.

His plan? To drive around pretending to talk on his cookie to see if any officers would pull him over. First he baked the cookies:

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Then he went went looking for trouble:

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Made his approach:

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And eventually:

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He then indulged in the taste of his iPhone cookie:

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And then this happened:

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He probably will never do that again:

That's one sad looking dude.

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Liedtke's last update on the whole escapade was one of remorse. Guess the moral of the story is -- if you're going to try to play a trick on the police, make sure you don't have any outstanding warrants.

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