David Dobrik pulled over by police for bizarre reason

by Jacob Hale
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In his February 10 vlog, David Dobrik and his friends got pulled over for one of the strangest reasons you could imagine while driving through LA in his Tesla.

The action-packed video saw Dobrik surprise Natalie with a puppy, as well as amplify the rumors of her and Todd Smith dating after the recent incident which saw him place screenshots of their messages on a massive billboard.

However, at the end of the vlog, things really take a turn when David gets pulled over and he and his cohorts are clearly nervous about it, unsure of why exactly they were being stopped by police.

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David has risen to celebrity status thanks to his vlog content.


The footage starts with friend Heath Hussar standing in the back of the Tesla with his head out of the sunroof, losing his hat in the process. Not long after, you see the red and blue lights of the police and they pull the car over, Dobrik telling his friend that he “sucks” in the process.

The officer addresses “the guy standing up sticking their head out while driving,” which Heath owns up to while friend Zane Hijazi laughs and makes jokes in the passenger seat. David obviously doesn’t find it funny and frequently asks him to stop, nervous about the encounter.

When the officer comes back from his car, he tells Heath that he’s got to get out of the car and walk, and they seem happy to part ways to please the cop before reuniting later on.



After it’s all dealt with, Dobrik says that as soon as the police officer turned up, Zane was repeatedly telling him that David is illegally in the country, obviously an allusion to his Slovakian upbringing.

Though they laugh about it, David was clearly in disbelief at Zane’s confidence in telling the cop to “check his papers,” laughing while he retells the story.

Everyone involved got off without any major issues, and the group even reconvened with Heath, who had gone back and found his hat, to continue their activities elsewhere.