Welcome back to Slate’s caption contest. Post your captions—20 words or fewer—in the comments section.
With the uniforms sending it into an attack frenzy, the young boy restrains his pet rock.
Runner Up: Adam Ned Rurik
Little Jose walks away in disgust as riot police refuse to arrest the man in yellow, who stole his M&Ms.
Runner Up 2: Upstater
Hoping to win the 2014 World Cup, Brazilian police protect "Little Juan", their newest soccer protégé.
Officers patrol Santo Amaro shantytown in southern Rio de Janeiro, on May 18, 2012 during a joint operation between the Civil and Military Police and the National Guard to install a Peacemaker Police Unit here as part of a government program to pacify the famed favelas as Brazil prepares to host football's 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics. (Vanderlei Almeida/AFP/GettyImages)
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