Cops called to stop kids' soccer game join in instead

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Cops Called to Stop Kids' Soccer Game Join In Instead

For some reason, people have been recently calling the police on kids playing outside, you know, as kids will do and as you did when you were a kid.

This latest time was in Birmingham, Alabama and thankfully officer Jordan Burke showed that the police down there knew how to handle the situation. They arrived on the scene after being asked to break up a kids soccer game.

Instead they broke up teams and played with the kids.

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Of course they didn't do too well; it can't be easy to play in your full cop uniform. After it ended, Officer Burke said, "This was community policing at its finest, getting our butts handed to us by a group of little kids playing soccer."

He posted the video to Facebook with the caption, "Please stop calling the police telling us to tell children to stop playing outside. This will be the result every time."

You have to applaud the efforts of the officers in the video and really question the motivation behind the people calling. If older people are going to complain about kids always being on their cell phones you can't also complain when they got outside and run around and be children.

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Osama Abdul Mohsen, a Syrian refugee, poses for a photograph after a training session with his junior team in Villaverde, a neighbourhood in Madrid, Spain, April 14, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
A Syrian refugee, Osama Abdul Mohsen, carrying his youngest son Zaid falls after being tripped by TV camerawoman Petra Laszlo (R) while trying to escape from a collection point in Roszke village, Hungary, September 8, 2015. Osama Abdul Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Marko Djurica/File Photo SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
A pennant of Getafe soccer school (L) hangs on a wall inside the home of Osama Abdul Mohsen, a Syrian refugee, in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 21, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
Osama Abdul Mohsen, a Syrian refugee, is reflected in a glass inside his home in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 21, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
Osama Abdul Mohsen, a Syrian refugee, attends a Spanish lessons at a YMCA social centre in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 21, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
A Spanish encyclopaedia, a model of Santiago Bernabeu stadium and Spanish homework papers are seen on a table inside the home of Osama Abdul Mohsen, a Syrian refugee, in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 21, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
Osama Abdul Mohsen, a Syrian refugee, warms up a goalkeeper before a soccer match with his junior team in Villaverde, a neighbourhood in Madrid, Spain, April 24, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
Osama Abdul Mohsen (L), a Syrian refugee, attends a Spanish lessons at a YMCA social centre in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 21, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN - Osama Abdul Mohsen (L), a Syrian refugee, gives instructions to players before a soccer match with his junior team in Villaverde, a neighbourhood in Madrid, Spain, April 24, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
Osama Abdul Mohsen, a Syrian refugee, whistles during a training session with his junior team in Villaverde, a neighbourhood in Madrid, Spain, April 14, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN - Zaid, son of Osama Abdul Mohsen, smiles as he stands next to Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo before the Spanish first division soccer match against Granada at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, September 20, 2015. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez/File Photo SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
Osama Abdul Mohsen (L), a Syrian refugee, and his young son Zaid watch a soccer training session in Villaverde, a neighbourhood in Madrid, Spain, April 14, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN - Osama Abdul Mohsen (C), a Syrian refugee, celebrates victory with his junior team's players after a soccer match in Villaverde, a neighbourhood in Madrid, Spain, April 24, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN - Zaid, the young son of Osama Abdul Mohsen, sits on a sofa at their home in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 14, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN - Osama Abdul Mohsen (R), a Syrian refugee, and his young son Zaid walk along a street on their way to take a train in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 14, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN - Osama Abdul Mohsen (R), a Syrian refugee, and his young son Zaid sit on a train on their way to a soccer training session in Villaverde, a neighbourhood in Madrid, Spain, April 14, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN - Osama Abdul Mohsen (C), a Syrian refugee, talks with his young son Zaid, as older son Mohammad al Ghadabe, 17, is reflected in a mirror at their home in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, March 22, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
Osama Abdul Mohsen, a Syrian refugee, buys bananas at a fruit shop near his home in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 14, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN - Osama Abdul Mohsen (R), a Syrian refugee, and his young son Zaid walk along a street on their way to take a train in Getafe, outside Madrid, Spain, April 14, 2016. Mohsen's story went viral after he was filmed being tripped up by a camerawoman as he fled police near the Hungarian border with Serbia last September. He was carrying his youngest son Zaid in his arms at the time, and the two fell sprawling on the ground. Footage of the incident helped bring him to the attention of a soccer training school in Getafe on the outskirts of Madrid, which found him work as a liaison officer. REUTERS/Sergio Perez SEARCH "REFUGEE PEREZ" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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