Netflix Heartthrob Star Noah Centineo Gets Ticket, Posts on Instagram
HALF MOON BAY, California — If you’re the star of a Netflix romantic comedy and you get pulled over by police — why not snap a photo to remember the occasion?
That’s exactly what star of “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” Noah Centineo did in Half Moon Bay today.
In an Instagram post, the 22-year-old teenage heartthrob posted a photo about his encounter with the sheriff’s department. In his post, Centineo says he got pulled over and was ticketed — but that he “made friends so it’s all good.”
The post garnered nearly 1.2 million ‘likes’ on Instagram in a matter of hours.
It’s unclear what the actor was ticketed for — but he appears to be all smiles, even taking a photo with a sheriff’s deputy.
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