Colorado police stop 10 speeding Porsche drivers

“Please slow down," the Colorado State Police urged on Twitter

Colorado State Police pulled over 10 motorists — all driving Porsches — who were each allegedly doing at least 40 miles per hour over the speed limit.

“Pro tip — if you and your 9 buddies get caught at 80+ in a 40 zone, all of you get tickets,” wrote Colorado State Patrol Troop 1E on Twitter. “And because it takes a LONG time to write 10 tickets, your dinner plans get messed up. Better, we think, than injuring or killing someone because of your selfish behavior. Please slow down.”

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Included with the Twitter post was a photo of the 10 Porsches, all parked along the side a road in Gilpin County, in front of a state police cruiser.

In response to one Twitter user who claimed the photo was “staged,” police shared a photo of the 10 tickets on Twitter.

“Proof’s in the pudding,” reads the caption. “Note the numbering [of the tickets] in the upper left corner. No staging here!”

Colorado State Police’s Public Information Department did not comment on the specific citations, but a spokesperson confirmed that anyone clocked going 40 miles over the speed limit would be issued a mandatory summons into court. The total fines, at that point, would be set by a judge.

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Motorists who significantly exceed the speed limit may also be charged with reckless driving “if warranted,” the trooper added.