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Future Hall of Fame pitcher Roy Halladay was pulled over on Tuesday for speeding, and he snapped a selfie to document to the end of his “perfect” driving record.

By Extra Mustard
July 07, 2015

Future Hall of Fame pitcher Roy Halladay was pulled over on Tuesday for speeding, and he snapped a selfie to document to the end of his “perfect” driving record.

Perhaps it helps the anger to document it and share it on Twitter?

“My perfect driving record is out the window! Fine officer stop me hot rodn down a country road! 58n45 #protectnserve,” tweeted Halladay.

It wasn’t the first time Halladay snapped a sneak photo: in January, he pranked a Phillies fan wearing a Halladay jersey tee.

Halladay’s been retired since December 2013, when he signed a one-day contract with Toronto to retire a member of the Blue Jays.

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UPDATE: Apparently Halladay got pulled over again? This whole thing sounds a little too friendly for a twice-in-one-day pullover situation.

- Mike Fiammetta

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