Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Ohio State Highway Patrol Museum

October 10, 2014

Former Governor of California and Hollywood movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger has taken time to visit the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Academy museum during a recent trip to the country’s north.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Ohio State Highway Patrol Museum motorcycle

During his visit, Schwarzenegger posed next to a 1938 Harley-Davidson and an old 1930s Chrysler that were previously used to chase down baddies – many moons ago. There’s something bad ass about seeing Arnold next to a Harley-Davidson, however, he appears to have ditched the leathers and shotgun he donned in Terminator 2.

Arnold didn’t visit the museum alone, opting to have his 39-year old partner by his side. The images also show the former Governor mingling with current and retired police officers.

Arnold’s visit to the museum came after he attended a ceremony at the Greater Columbus Convention Center to honour the Arnold Sports Festival which began 1989. The city’s council rededicated a previously-erected bronze statue, built to resemble Arnold during his Mr. Olympia days, to the ‘Austrian Oak’.

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