An ITV drama starring Rob Lowe as a rural police chief has been branded "criminally inaccurate" by a UK force.
In Wild Bill, the Brat Pack heart-throb plays a grizzled US lawman transferred from Miami to the fictional East Lincolnshire Police.
Episode one saw the one-time Tinseltown hellraiser throwing a cabbage and being booked for speeding on a bicycle.
In a tongue-in-cheek tweet, the real Lincolnshire Police said: "The inaccuracies are criminal".
"It's definitely not what we are really like."
The force said it would pass "concerns about the officers portrayed" to AC-12 - the anti-corruption unit featured in the BBC's Line of Duty.
It also responded to a line in the show describing Lincolnshire as "a Godforsaken cabbage patch".