BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – Two teens who allegedly demanded cash from bridge-crossers and shouted lines from “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” were arrested after threatening to stab an off-duty deputy, authorities said.

Robert Hibbs, 19, and Bradley Boville, 18, were arrested July 6, Boulder police said. Hibbs was charged with menacing and possession of LSD, while Boville was charged with menacing and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

The two tried to charge a fee to people crossing a bridge in a city park. Sheriff’s Sgt. Kevin Parker tried to cross the bridge on his bike when the two teens asked for a dollar. Witnesses said the two were shouting lines about how people “shall not pass.”

Hibbs allegedly told Boville to “go stab that guy” and charged, authorities said. The teens allegedly told officers that they were raising money to buy a lighter to smoke a “very large” marijuana joint.

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