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When rushing to get to a class presentation, the last thing a college student needs is to be pulled over by a police officer.

But for one University of Wisconsin-Stout student, getting pulled over came at the exact right time.

According to the Menomonie Police Department, Officer Martin Folczyk pulled over Trevor Keeney for speeding on November 30 and soon realized the student did not know how to tie his necktie for his upcoming presentation.

"I have to get a tie tied. I have a presentation and I thought my buddy was home but he's not, and I'm running behind," Keeney said as his reason for speeding.

Dash cam footage shows the officer asking for Keeney's tie and making a proper knot before handing it back.

"While I do this, why don't you grab your proof of insurance and your driver's license real quick," Officer Folczyk said. "Probably not the best knot, but it will work."

Kenney was given a verbal warning and was later invited to headquarters by the police chief to receive a lesson in tying his tie. For what it's worth, he received an A on his class presentation.

Tell us what you think of this police officer's action in the comments section.

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