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DragonSlayer
08-02-12, 17:36
Undercover policeman 'chased Himself' around streets after CCTV operator mistook him for suspect
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2098118/Undercover-policeman-chased-HIMSELF-streets-CCTV-operator-mistook-suspect.html

Strange but true and the funniest thing i've read all day.

Larapink
08-02-12, 17:39
:vlol:

Poor police man! :/

One of the comments on there:

It's a good job he wasn't armed he could have shot himself, ha ha ha.
- Meldrew, ex-pat, Canada, 08/2/2012 18:14
:vlol:

Greenapple968
08-02-12, 17:41
CCTV people having a bit of a bad day.

voltz
08-02-12, 17:46
I love how the sargent was just screwing with him.

Spong
08-02-12, 18:20
I laughed like a drain when I heard about this on the breakfast news this morning. They gave it the title of "policeman chases his own shadow" :vlol:

interstellardave
08-02-12, 19:39
Hilarious for obvious reasons! Tragic because we really do live in societies where "Big Brother" is watching us more and more.

jajay119
08-02-12, 19:49
Poor guy! The worst of it is people will use this as a 'classic case of ineptitude on the side of the police', yet it was actually not his fault.

Dennis's Mom
08-02-12, 21:31
My first thought was "A Scanner Darkly" because that's what happens.

Drug induced then, though. Not sergeant induced:D

interstellardave
08-02-12, 22:36
My first thought was "A Scanner Darkly" because that's what happens.

Drug induced then, though. Not sergeant induced:D

Ah, a fellow PKD fan... or perhaps you just saw the movie? I didn't see the movie so I don't know if it follows the book or not; I just assume it does, but isn't as good... like most PKD-inspired movies.

Dream_Raider
09-02-12, 02:45
Hah read this in the newspaper :vlol: Poor guy, first day on the job, right? :p

TRULuverzz
09-02-12, 02:54
OMG I can't stop laughing :vlol:
Bless him :')

voltz
09-02-12, 04:48
Funny as this is, he'll probably make up for it by tazing a guy in a wheel chair. :pi:

Dennis's Mom
09-02-12, 11:49
Ah, a fellow PKD fan... or perhaps you just saw the movie? I didn't see the movie so I don't know if it follows the book or not; I just assume it does, but isn't as good... like most PKD-inspired movies.

No, the book. Actually, if you've got a long car trip in your future, I highly recommend the audio CDs for ASD read by Paul Giamatti. He does a magnificent job.

The movie was interesting and actually does follow the book, but like most books to movies it condenses and thins a bunch things that really make a book a better story.

Lara Croft!
09-02-12, 12:36
So many lolz... :D