A Michigan man has pleaded no contest to impersonating a police officer in an effort to cozy up to Hooters waitresses on Facebook.

18-year-old Nicholas M. Fuhst went into a Hooters on May 12th saying that he was an undercover officer and asked to see a list of all the employees. After looking over said list, he asked for more info on some of the girls working there.

One of them then called the real cops to come in and investigate.

Arriving officers arrested him, and while doing so, found three knives, zip ties, lighter fluid, and the list mentioned above, with several of the names circled.

Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Albosta said, “I think there were some dark thoughts going through his mind.”

He was given four years; the maximum sentence, which will actually be doubled to eight because he’s a three-time habitual offender.

He was already on two years probation for arson of personal property and malicious destruction of personal property, in an unrelated case.

He pleaded no contest to the probation violation and is in jail without bond.