This summer, 311 and The Offspring are headed on tour.

But before they hit the road, they got in trouble with the Super Troopers. 

In a video on Funny or Die, 311's P-Nut and The Offspring's Noodles get pulled over by Ramathorn (Jay Chandrasekhar) and Farva (Kevin Heffernan).

Their names cause some confusion.

"Names?" Ramathorn asks.

"311 and The Offspring," P-Nut says

"Not the band names, dumb dumb. What are your real names?" Farva shouts.

"P-Nut and Noodles," Noodles reply.

"They still doing band names?" Ramathorn asks.

The tour kicks off July 25 in California. The closest it comes to the area is a Sept. 1 date in Sioux City.

Hailing from Omaha, the platinum-selling 311 is now based in Los Angeles.

Reporter - Entertainment/music/concert

Kevin Coffey covers music, whether it's pop, indie or punk, through artist interviews, reviews and trend stories. He also occasionally cover other entertainment. Follow him on Twitter @owhmusicguy. Phone: 402-444-1557.

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