They must have been in a hurry.

A photo on social media shows a Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's unit traveling with a hose detached from a gas pump.

Apparently, the deputy pumped gas and left too quickly because the hose nozzle is still in the gas tank of the vehicle

It's unclear if the deputy received a call and left without removing the nozzle, but we are certain that he or she will slow down the next time they're at a gas pump.

The Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's Office had some fun with this slight mishap on Facebook and noted that this was all part of a "training exercise."

They do say that the deputy returned the nozzle and hose to the station, and I would love to see video surveillance of the mishap and when the deputy returned with the hose and nozzle.

Let the photo below remind you to slow down when at gas pumps and always be aware of your surroundings while pumping gas.

This is one photo that they will not let this deputy forget about anytime soon.

Plaquemines Parish S.O
Plaquemines Parish S.O

In the deputy's defense, this isn't the first time something like this happens, check out a few of these similar videos.

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