Recently, Jason G. reached out to us to let us know that his Original spared him a ticket. As he was pulling out his license, the cop noticed his unique, metal wallet and asked him about it.
Fifteen minutes later, Jason was on his way without a ticket despite going 83mph in a 55mph zone.
According to Jason, the cop said, "I tell you what, your wallet is bad @$% so I'm going to let you go, but slow down." And then the cop asked where he could get one.
Right here, sir!
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