After a long, hot summer some fall fans have already busted out their cozier clothes, scarves and changed their go-to coffee order to the infamous pumpkin spice latte as soon as September hit.
Despite temperatures remaining in the 90s this week in Southlake, Texas, police officers decided to poke a little fun at the fall-fans by showing off their "fall gear."
The Southlake Department of Public Safety shared photos of a few of their officers wearing their new fall uniforms, including "mandatory cream scarf, Ugg boots, and pumpkin spice beverage" on Monday.
The officers still looked intimidating wearing the quintessential autumn look despite standing beside their squad car and while stationed on their motorcycle checking the speeds of passing vehicles.
"FALL-elujah, the temperatures should be dropping soon! With summer ending, Chief has approved our new fall gear as we patrol Southlake to keep you safe," the Facebook post joked.
However, they did finish with a more serious message during the Labor Day holiday.
"Remember this is still part of the no-refusal DWI holiday weekend," the post read, referencing the no-refusal policy, in which drivers suspected of driving while intoxicated cannot refuse a breathalyzer field sobriety test. "So call [an] Uber or a cab if you drink alcohol! Be safe!"
Naturally, commenters had some clever jokes regarding the pictures.
"They only give tickets for odd speeds because they literally can’t even..." one person wrote.
"Where are their yoga pants? Wait...good call," another shared.
"I'm just glad y'alls daisy dukes are no longer in season," one person added.
This is not the first time the department has used comedy to share an important message. To help remind the community that September is National Preparedness Month, the Southlake DPS filmed a video using audio from The Big Bang Theory, to suggest people have at least 72 hours of supplies and an emergency plan for their family.
Around the start of the school year, the department created a Mr. Rogers spoof, called Officer Rogers' Neighborhood, which helped inform the community of road closures and traffic issues surrounding the local high school.
Representatives for the Southlake Department of Public Safety did not immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s requests for comment.
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