(upbeat bass music) Hussein Hummey. Good morning sir. Good morning sir. How are you? How am I? Good. Inspector Quinn, see somebody here is worried about how I feel. The first thing he asked is how are you. I think he’s buttering you up. I don’t think he really cares. (audience laughing) (laughing) no. He cares, I can tell. Yeah, he cares about his ticket. I don’t know if he’s worrying about your wellbeing. [Judge Frank Caprio] Well, we’ll get to that now. (laughing) What do you, Where are you from? I am originally Lebanese, but I’ve been in this country for more than 30 years. 30 years? Yeah. And you’re from Lebanon? Yes, I am. [Judge Frank Caprio] Okay. All right, you have a speeding ticket sir, on Olney street, up near Hope High School. Do you remember that? I don’t remember, until I got the paper by mail. Is there anything you want to tell me about this? Actually, I’m being honest with you. Oh, wait, there’s something. This is refreshing. I’ve got somebody who’s going to be honest with me. (audience laughing) (laughing) I don’t recall. I don’t remember. I’ve been on the bench a long time. I have not had one person ever say to me, “Judge, I’m going to be a little untruthful with you.” (laughing) Everyone says “Judge, I’m going to be honest with you.” And then, they tell the lies. (laughing) Have them walk up “Judge, I’m going to give it a shot, I don’t know whether it’s truthful or not, but.” I’m going to start off by telling the Judge how honest I am. (laughing) All right, lets see if we can pierce your story. What do you want to tell me? Be honest now. I’m being literally honest, that I don’t remember. I don’t remember about the speed, how, you know, I mean moving 32 miles per hour on a 20 speed limit. Oh, you’re talking about lapse of memory now. Yeah, not only that your honor. If I’m walking probably, I’d be walking more than 35 miles per hour. (audience laughing) If I’m walking not driving. I mean, with my respect to the laws. You’re telling me the truth, you can walk 32 miles an hour? (laughing) [Inspector Ziggy Quinn] Judge, that’s the lie. That’s the lie we’ve been waiting for. [Judge Frank Caprio] Here he is, the fastest man on the universe. (laughing) Jesse Owens. (laughs) [Judge Frank Caprio] And, that’s if he’s walking. That’s true. (laughing) [Judge Frank Caprio] If he’s running, he can run 60 miles an hour. I want you to, let’s see, 32 miles an hour. Let’s see, you’re from Taunton, Massachusetts, right? Yes, I am. How far is that from here? It’s about 40 minutes. 25 or 30 minutes. How many miles? Miles, about 20.
Less than an hour. Yeah.
20 miles? 20 miles Okay. Okay, I want you to leave the court room and call me in 32 minutes. Tell you I’m home. [Judge Frank Caprio] And, you better be in Taunton, (laughing) and you better walk, right? Because, you can walk 32 miles an hour. You’ll walk about three blocks, you’ll get a charley horse. (laughing) This is a new one, 32 miles an hour, you can walk, wow. And, he started off by telling the truth. Imagine if he exaggerated. Get out of here you. Thank you. Thank you, your honor. (bass riff) Come on, how cool was that? If you’d like to see more cases like this one, tune in to “Caught in Providence” every week day. Excuse me? You didn’t know “Caught in Providence” is also a TV show? Oh wow! Your life just got substantially better. To find out what channel we’re on, go to “caughtinprovidence.com”, click on your local listings, scroll down until you find your hometown, then start doing your happy dance. That’s it, move it, move it. Nice. All rise, and hit subscribe, so you don’t miss the latest viral moments, like this one. Share these videos and weigh in on the cases. You be the judge. Subscribe now.