Council members in a California city probably weren't laughing when they watched a viral YouTube video spoofing police harassment that depicts several officers in uniform with identifiable agency patches.
The spoof, which is called "Save Miranda" and produced by Zoochosis, depicts West Covina (Calif.) Police officers pulling over a motorist driving a Prius. The officers order him out of the car, and he drops a Starbucks coffee and biscotti cookie.
The officers shout, "Where's the little girl?"
The driver yells, "I don't know." The man starts to sob, and an officer pokes him in the chest, saying "There's the little girl."