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October 24, 2017 / Posted by:

Taoufik Moalla, the Canadian chanteuse who was fined after he activated the police’s jealousy switch with his gorgeous singing and perfect taste in driving music!

It’s a shame that The Late Late Show with James Corden doesn’t film in Montreal. Because the kind of screeching and song butchering that comes out of Carpool Karaoke deserves a fine, a date with a pair of handcuffs and/or a cell on Death Row (see: any Carpool Karaoke starring Justin Bieber). Montreal has now become the new anti-car singing capital of the world thanks to the cops who hit a dude with a $150 fine for polluting the air with his yodeling while singing along to a C+C Music Factory song in his car.

Taoufik Moalla tells CTVNews that on September 27, he was on his way to buy a bottle of water (because any trained singer knows they must always lubricate their instrument) and was singing along to C+C Music Factory’s Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now). Taoufik then heard the sound of a police siren coming up behind him, and the cops got on their loudspeaker and ordered him to pull over. Taoufik put his one-man C+C Music Factory cover group show on hold, and four cops strolled up to his car. Two cops got on the driver side of his car and the other two took the passenger side. They all looked in and asked if he screamed. The cops must’ve heard Taoufik hit that “everybody DANCE now” high note and thought he was choking out a hyena on helium. When he told the cops he was only singing, they took his license and registration, went back to their cars and Officer FunHater came back with a fine for $150 for violently dry fucking the ears of the people.

Taoufik got off kind of cheap, because a first-time peace disturber could get a fine up to $1000.

Taoufik was a little confused since he’s heard people scream out of their car windows after a game, but he took the ticket anyway and plans to fight it.

“I don’t know if my voice was very bad and that’s why I got the ticket, but I was very shocked. I understand if they are doing their job, they are allowed to check if everything’s okay, if I kidnapped someone or if there’s danger inside but I would never expect they would give me a ticket for that.

I said, ‘Okay, thank you,’ because I know I can contest the ticket. They were doing their job.”

Taoufik told his wife about it later, and she might be called as a witness for the prosecution, because she said, “If it was for singing, I’d have given you a ticket for $300.”

If the cops are out there getting people for loudly singing classics from the 90s in their car, then expect to hear about a skinny fat gay who was arrested and tasered in Southern California for howling out Samantha Fox’s Naughty Girls Need Love Too in his car.

And I’m on Team Justice For Taoufik, so I hope that a judge rules in favor of him and forces the cops to pay him $300 for giving them a show! I mean, Taoufik gave them live vocals and that’s something that even Zelma Davis didn’t do on this masterpiece:

Pic: CTVNews

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