We all love the drama and suspense movies create, don’t we? The larger than life heroes and the equally powerful villains! You remember the Chor-Police tug of war in movies? What about Dhoom series in which the criminal is one of its kind and the whole chase becomes too much fun. But what if the characters come to life? We did see the real-life inspired story of a thief Bunty in Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!, but the one we will tell you about is too interesting.
This story is of a guy named Anthony from Richland. The Police wanted to chase him down for not complying with the authorities but it was not that simple and Richard made sure that it becomes more fun. Read on to know what made a simple wanted man’s case a hilarious tale of pure fun.
Irritated with 38-year-old Anthony Akers, the local police department took the matter to Facebook and posted his pic on the official Facebook page requesting people to help in finding him.
The twist came in when no one could help in finding the man. Interestingly, Anthony himself left a teasing comment on the post! Take a look:
The police were surprised like everyone and thought that he will turn up, but he didn’t turn up and a few days later, the department had to post the comment again.
It had become a game and Anthony wrote again :
Police surprisingly kept on patiently waiting for the guy and he made them wait. And that’s when he wrote a long message to them :
“Dear RPD, its not you, its me, “I obviously have commitment issues. I apologize for standing you up, but let me make it up to you. I will be there no later then lunchtime tomorrow, I know you have no reason to believe me after what i did to you, but I promise that if I don’t make it on my own by lunchtime tomorrow I will call for a ride to assist me with my commitment issues. Thank you in advance to your response if you are patiently giving me another chance with us, I know i dont deserve it. P.S. You’re beautiful.”
And finally, he did turn up and posted the last comment.
It turned out to be a fun ride for the police and all the readers on Facebook. The incident is no less than a movie plot. What do you think?