U.S. Postal Service carrier Glen Grays was making his rounds in Brooklyn when a car almost sideswiped him as he stepped out of his mail truck. He shouted at the driver. Bad move. The car pulled back and the driver told him he was a cop. Then the driver and three other plainclothes police officers in the car with him stepped out, handcuffed Grays and arrested him for disorderly conduct.
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