Would you trust the responsibility of a police force that has an Aston Martin One-77, a Bugatti Veyron, and a host of other supercars? Certainly not when it comes to spending, that's for sure. But what about in moral responsibility? Would you adopt values from a police force? After all, they are the people who are supposed to be holding society to the designated rules, right? Right. 

But ... there aren't any exact rules on how to raise your children. That's kind of up to, you know, the parents. That's why it was hilarious/surprising/interesting to see the Dubai Police Facebook page post the above comment, saying, "Do not punish your children in public even if they were wrong. #advice." Many of their Facebook posts are intended as #advice, but they usually deal with tips for driving, when not to go out at night, or who not to talk to. Maybe they should stick to that next time. 

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[via Dubai Police Facebook]