Bubba's bad: Millionaire motocross star gets community service for impersonating a cop


James "Bubba" Stewart is a motocross star who got into trouble earlier this year when he tried to use flea market-bought flashing lights to pull over a vehicle,reports the Orlando Sentinel.

There was a problem: The vehicle contained two off-duty troopers.

On Wednesday wannabe cop Stewart, 25, got community service in a plea deal.

Bubba, welcome to the list of some of FloriDUH's worst fake cops.

Here they are:

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Babba's bad: Motocross superstar charged with impersonating a cop

Get the DUHtails at the Orlando Sentinel.

Photo: James "Bubba" Stewart is seen here before he was sentenced Wednesday. (Red Huber, OrlandoSentinel / November 9, 2011)

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