Too fast, too furious, too cute: Nathan Snow, 3, receives his first speeding ticket. Image Credit: Facebook/Heather Snow

Too fast, too furious, too cute

Fort McMurray’s Nathan Snow received his first police speeding ticket at just three years old

A Fort McMurray resident is getting a whole lot of attention online after he was pulled over by the police for driving too fast – he’s three years old.

Nathan Snow was cruising along the streets of Fort Mac in his miniature Ford F-150, with his pooch Lacey by his side, when an RCMP officer took notice.

The toddler was reportedly driving his battery-operated pickup truck home from the playground on Sunday with his parents walking alongside. An RCMP officer pulled up behind them lights flashing.

The officer noted in the video that he saw him driving up the road and knew he had to pull him over.

The three year old was reportedly given a ‘punishment’ of helping his mom with laundry at home for his ‘fast driving’ antics.

Nathan nervously says OK and shakes the officer’s hand while his mom proudly captures the moment on tape.

“How amazing is this cop?” wrote Nathan’s mom Heather Snow on Facebook. “He saw Nathan driving his truck so he came back to give him a ticket. He asked if we had a camera, if we wanted to take pics. Certainly made our night!!”

The initial photos and video have been shared thousands of times online with several commenting that they hope this is the only ticket Nathan ever receives and are encouraging Heather to send the footage along to Ellen.

Check out the footage below.


Too fast, too furious, too cute: Nathan Snow, 3, receives his first speeding ticket. Image Credit: Facebook/Heather Snow

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