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DULUTH, Ga. – The stereotype of doughnut-loving police officers is well-known, but a Georgia police department is not fond of them — especially when it involves a driver burning rubber on the highway.

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The Duluth Police Department posted a video on social media, which showed the suburban Atlanta officers catching a driver who was doing doughnuts in the middle of a small lot in a Mercedes-Benz, WSB-TV reported.

In the video, the driver who pulled into the lot switched seats with a passenger, who then did tight doughnuts in the lot, according to the television station.

According to the police department, the 21-year-old driver was arrested and charged with reckless driving, “laying drag” and “more.”

The motorist was taken to the Gwinnett County Jail, according to police.

The department still managed to keep a sense of humor about the arrest, overlaying the video, titled “Duluth Don’t Play,” with music. The first half of the video, which shows the frenetic driving skills of the motorist, contains music from “Yakety Sax.” The arrest sequence in the video plays “Bad Boys.”

“Bad boys, whatcha want, watcha want, whatcha gonna do?” indeed.

“Duluth, John Creek, Snellville, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, etc. Gwinnett county PD doesn’t play. Period,” one person posted on Facebook in response to the video.