Cop Pulls Over Stolen Truck North of the Border. Then Things Get Really Crazy. [VIDEO]

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Border security has become a serious issue as more and more illegals are finding a way into the country. It’s an ongoing issue as there doesn’t seem to be a one-size-fits-all fix for securing our borders. There have been countless videos of illegals making their way into America, but this one may take the cake.

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Brooks County Sheriff’s Office, which is located in Texas, posted a video on their Facebook that seemingly appeared to be a routine stop but turned out to be anything but that. The video starts with an F-250 pulled off to the side of the road with its hazard lights flashing.

An unnamed Texas officer stops behind the vehicle, which prompts a man from the passenger seat to open the side door to see who has pulled up behind the truck. Then, without a moments notice, the truck takes off down the road.

The truck proceeded down the road until it reached a median. The driver then took the truck into oncoming lanes before it veered off to the side of the road.

When the truck came to a complete stop, absolute mayhem ensued as 20 plus presumed illegals can be seen scattering in every direction, which had to have left the officer wondering if the circus was in town.

The men were seen coming from just about everywhere inside the vehicle, including the bed of the pickup. There was debris laid upon the bed of the truck in the hopes of concealing the 8 or so men in the back.

After a closer look, officers discovered the truck was stolen. The video cuts off before we’re able to see if officers are able to detain the plethora of men running from the truck.

The aforementioned video was posted under the department’s Facebook page with the caption reading: “Brooks County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic stop on a White Ford F-250 that came back stolen. After a brief pursuit the vehicle bailout in Encino,TX.”

The video is now a viral sensation surpassing 7 million views and over 9,000 comments, many of which included citizens pushing for the border wall.