3-Year-Old 'Biker' Gets 'Parking Ticket' from Halifax Police in Canada

PHOTO: This image was posted to the Halifax Regional Police Twitter account on July 5, 2015 with the text, "Remember, no motorcycle parking in the circle by the ferry terminal. This ruthless biker was caught yesterday!" PlayHalifax Regional Police
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He's only in a little trouble.

A "ruthless biker" was given a "ticket" for parking illegally at the ferry terminal in Halifax, Canada...and he's only 3!

Declan Tramley, who loves riding his red plastic motorcycle, put his hand to his forehead in exasperation when he was caught by Constable Shawn Currie leaving his bike in a "no-parking zone" on Sunday, Halifax Regional Police Sgt. Pierre Bourdages told ABC News today.

"His dad approached Currie and told him he loves police, and they conspired to give him a ticket for fun," Bourdages said.

"Remember, no motorcycle parking in the circle by the ferry terminal," the Halixfax Department wrote on Twitter. "This ruthless biker was caught yesterday!"

Currie, who issued the "ticket," added that it's nice to show a softer side of police.

"We're not always making arrests and hauling people away," he told CTV News. "We like to have fun."

The photograph of the kid's reaction to getting an illegal parking ticket has gotten over 9,000 likes and over 2,000 shares on Halifax Regional Police's Facebook page.

Lisa Tramley, the ticketed toddler's mom, told CTV that her young bad boy has been a good sport about his ticket.

"He loves his ticket," she said. "He tried to go bed with his ticket."