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Comedian Bakes iPhone Cookies To Trick The Cops [UPDATE]

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A Los Angeles comedian has thought of one of the most incredible ideas ever: baking cookies that look like iPhones and trolling cops into pulling him over.

Randy Liedtke, who also works as a cook at a gay bar (according to his Tumblr), came up with the idea a couple of days ago and has spent virtually his entire time since then baiting cops into catching him texting or making calls on his "phone" while driving.

"Baked some iPhone cookies to trick cops into pulling me over, then I just take a bite and ask if cookies are against the law," Liedtke wrote.

Liedtke has apparently been driving all over L.A. today trying to pull the stunt on unsuspecting officers. It didn't take long for a cop to bite, and of course Liedtke tweeted the whole thing:

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This is his last Twitter dispatch, dated about six hours before this article published:

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In related news, a comedian with crumbs in his beard probably needs bail money right now.

UPDATE 11:00 P.M.: Looks like Johnny Law got the last laugh in the iCookie saga. Liedtke finally updated his Twitter with a picture of what looks like a very expensive piece of paper: