A 12-Year-Old boy in Las Vegas saw that a police officer parked his motorcycle on a public sidewalk and approached the officer to ask why he parked in such a place. The video gets a little intense as soon as the young boy asks for the officer's badge number.

As soon as the officer returns to his bike, which is parked on a sidewalk, the young boy approaches him and he, the boy in the video, wants to know why the police officer elected to park on a sidewalk. The officer refuses to give the young boy his badge number, and even appears to ask to see the young boy's I.D.

We have seen similar incidents like this in Acadiana where someone films a police officer while conducting a traffic stop, but this young boy did not appear to interfere in the officer's duties. Do you think this young boy was wrong for approaching the officer or did he act in accordance?