Police dash cams are meant to provide us with a record of a police officer’s activities. However, sometimes, they provide us with an unexpected Halloween treat. In a video posted by the Fulshear Police on Facebook, an officer can be seen from the dash cam talking to a driver in a car when something unexpected happens. What appears to be a giant spider begins lumbering toward him.
A video of the moment can be seen below.
No, of course that isn’t an acromantula, the giant arachnids of Harry Potter lore. It’s just a normal sized spider walking across the windshield of the car. But the forced perspective makes it seem way larger than it is.
The Fulshear Police Department aren’t the only ones who have gotten into the Halloween Spirit. Philly’s been on point for the past few years.
Philly police getting in the Halloween spirit. pic.twitter.com/ksnWW2xHWR
— sarahbloomquist (@sarahbloomquist) October 13, 2015
And Tarpon Springs got into some choreography!
— ABC 7 News – WJLA (@ABC7News) October 31, 2017
In Portland, even horses get in on the festivities.
— Google Local PDX (@GoogleLocalPDX) October 31, 2013
While Redwood City thought it was time for a little logo update.
— Redwood City Police (@RedwoodCityPD) October 15, 2018
Park Forest gave their office a makeover.
There’s no shortage of Halloween spirit in our records room! ☠️ pic.twitter.com/MOYlJJx73N
— Park Forest Police (@ParkForestPD) October 12, 2018
The Boston Police Department has historically gone a subtler route.
A Boston Police cruiser on patrol in Dorchester has the Halloween Spirit pic.twitter.com/2IfNxPyoH0
— David L. Ryan (@GlobeDavidLRyan) October 26, 2017
And in Dorset, even dogs get in on the fun.
Bebe currently on our Initial Police dog course with Sue Hillier Dorset getting into the spirit. Happy Halloween pic.twitter.com/ZClhi3yLc6
— DC_Police Dogs (@DC_PoliceDogs) October 31, 2015
Happy Halloween everyone!