In one of the douchiest moves ever, the Fargo, North Dakota police department used the Super Bowl to sweep the town and serve outstanding warrants.
Authorities used Super Bowl Sunday for Operation Touchdown, arresting more than 40 people on outstanding warrants.
From 2:20 p.m. to about 9:45 p.m., Fargo police, Cass County deputies, U.S. marshals, and parole and probation officers fanned out around Fargo to serve about 300 outstanding warrants.
Shame on the Fargo Police for defiling the most sacred of holy days. What's next? Drug busts on Easter? Prostitution stings on Yom Kippur?