Update: After a false-positive test in the field, lab results indicate, it's most likely apple cider vinegar. Glad it wasn't worse! https://t.co/8FVq23pp1z— St. Louis County PD (@stlcountypd) October 5, 2017
Good work Chief Wiggum.— Mike Hohoho (@teeboneMike7) October 5, 2017
It took yall two weeks to determine that a bottle labeled apple cider vinegar actually contained apple cider vinegar?— TaurusBone (@TaurusBone) October 5, 2017
Did you guys read the label or— Kayleesi (@KayleesiTweets) October 5, 2017
something worse like the chemical weapons you use on people so often they bring spray bottles of vinegar to reduce the agony— Platonic Solid Snake (@Pliny_theElder) October 5, 2017
you could've just dropped some baking soda in it and saved thousands of taxpayer dollars if reading the fucking label was too hard— ^__________________^ (@RyanHupp) October 5, 2017
nice work ace ventura— PandaDog (@R6Rider) October 5, 2017
Now can we have a talk about that tear gas you use? You know, the stuff that's banned in international warfare by the Geneva Convention?— Jessi (@jessiann16) October 5, 2017
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