– Whoa, excuse me. Do you know what the
fine is for littering? Do you have any idea? – Fine for littering? – Yeah, the fine for littering. – Oh, I have no idea. – Like a thousand bucks. – Is it? – So you might wanna … – Did I just litter? – Huh? – Did I just litter? – No, no, no, I was just gonna say you might wanna get the word
out, so nobody else litters. – God, I was like– – I don’t think we littered. – I was like wait, did I drop something? – [Jack] Nah, I’m making
small talk, you know, yeah. – [Announcer] Jack Vale! – Whoops, excuse me. Do you have any idea
what the fine is (laughs) for littering? – What’d I drop? – Huh? – What’d I drop? – What’d you drop? What do you mean now? – The fine for littering? – Yeah, the fine for littering. – No. – No, you didn’t drop anything. I was just making conversation. – Okay. – It’s like $1500. – Okay. – In case you were curious. – For littering? – [Jack] Littering, yeah. – No. – It’s $1000, $1500, something like that. – Who littered right now? – What’s this? – Who was littering? – Who was littering? – Yeah, who’d you see? – Oh, I don’t know. Did you see somebody litter? – No, no, but you asked me, that’s why. – Oh yeah, I was just making conversation. The fine? – For what? – Littering. – Did somebody litter? – What’s that? – Did somebody litter? – What? – Huh? – What’re you talking about? – Littering, do you know what
the fine is for littering? – No. – I don’t either, thanks. Whoa, do you know what
the fine is for littering? – What? – Littering. It’s hefty, I can tell you that. It’s like $1500 or something like that. – Okay, why are you telling me this? – Oh, just making conversation. – Okay, (laughs). – What’d I litter? – No, no, I didn’t– – Oh, no. – I’m just asking you, do you– – Oh, I have no clue, dude. – Do you have any idea what the fine is? – No, I’ve never got in
trouble for littering, so I don’t. – Oh, well I hope there’s not a first. – Why you say that? – Hang on a second. – What? – I said, littering. – Are you talking to me? – Yeah, yeah, yeah. Hang on a second. – What would I have littered? – Oh no, you didn’t litter. I was just asking you if
you knew what the fine was. – Oh. – Did I litter? – What’s that? – Did I litter? – Did you litter? What do you mean? – Okay, are you just … – No, I just wanted you to know, in case any of your friends
litter or something, you can let ’em know, “Hey, don’t litter.” Like a thousand bucks, whatever. – (speaks in foreign
language), what do you mean? – [Jack] Littering, like
throwing something on the ground. – (speaks in foreign language) – No. – No, we didn’t throw anything– – Oh, no, I know you didn’t. I’m just letting you know. – Oh, I thought, okay. – No, I know you didn’t. I know you didn’t throw
anything on the ground. But other people do, so let
’em know for me, if you would. Do you guys know what the
fine is for littering? – What? – Littering. – Hey, you’re Jack Vale, huh? – Oh, yeah. – Yeah, I recognized you. (whimsical music) – Okay. – Alright? Good, sounds good. Back at your place now, right? – I think you’ve got the wrong person. – Huh? – You’ve got the wrong person.