KOCHVILLE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (FOX NEWS) - An 18-year-old has pleaded no contest to impersonating a police officer in an effort to cozy up to Hooters waitresses on Facebook.
On May 12, Nicholas M. Fuhst entered a Hooters in Michigan, announced he was an undercover cop and asked to see a list of all the people who worked there. After looking over the list, he asked for more information on some of the employees.
But the Hooters servers were reportedly privy to Fuhst's unusual request and a waitress called in the real police to investigate.
"He indicated that he went to Hooters because he wanted to talk to the girls to see if they would be friends on Facebook," Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd told MLive Media.
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