Two-time Cy Young award winner Roy Halladay used to love to light up the radar gun when he was on the mound, but on Tuesday, the former MLB pitcher found out that the radar gun isn’t always his friend.

The eight-time All-Star let his Twitter followers know on Tuesday afternoon that his perfect driving record finally got a blemish when a cop pulled him over for speeding. 

Halladay went more than 38 years without getting a speeding ticket, but it didn’t take him nearly as long to get pulled over again. In fact, it was just a matter of hours—and it was apparently the same cop.

Hopefully, Halladay doesn’t go for three strikes in one day.

[Roy Halladay]

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