MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Adulting is hard. All college kids are going through the transformation from teen to adult and it surely doesn’t comes without bumps in the road (and a little bit of speeding.) Once students return from the fleeting Thanksgiving break, one thing is on their minds: getting through the end of the semester, rife with exams, papers and presentations.

One unlucky student at University of Wisconsin-Stout had a presentation, of which he was rushing to get to as he needed help with his tie. Naturally he was taking speed limits more of a guideline than rule when officer Martin Folczyk with the Menomonie Police Department in Wisconsin went to reprimand the speeding car.

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When he got out, the student demonstrated with how he was running late for a presentation and needed to tie his tie. Graciously, the cop opted to be a human first and help the student, via ABC Green Bay.

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Instead of a speeding ticket, the officer served the student a lesson in adulting. He helped tie his tie and it was all caught on his dash cam on November 30, as the police department only released the video on December 20.

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This is how life should be.