By Ray Boyd
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- We live in the selfie era and pictures of almost everything we experience in our day-to-day lives exist somewhere. Former Phillies ace Roy Halladay gave us not one, but two glimpses into a occurrence we can all relate to.
On Tuesday, Halladay shared a selfie and a picture of a speeding ticket he received.
Halladay had a sense of humor about the whole thing as he referenced his newly stained driving record. You also have to appreciate the use of "#protectnserve."
While we've all been there, Halladay may have experienced something that very few have when it comes to getting pulled over.
A few hours later, Halladay posted this photo.
Once again, Halladay shows off his comedic side referring to himself as "the washed up pitcher."
Halladay's Twitter account has become a great glimpse into the thoughts and actions of Halladay. Back in January, Halladay shared a very sneaky photo that he snapped with a fan and in June he shared some thoughts about his future aspirations in baseball.
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