gungasnake wrote:That would be like a shirt which said "Chevrolet" on it but didn't have a picture of car.
If it's referring to a Chevrolet, don't you mean a picture of a car with the hood up?
The police officer should just have shot the little perisher, and that would have been an end to it.
ARMED police raided a house over a Facebook snap of an Action Man toy mortar.
Five cops — two with sub-machine guns — turned up after Ian Driscoll jokingly updated his profile picture on the site.
He used an Action Man as pals said they looked alike. Two months later police were called.
A Facebook user had spotted that behind the figure was the mortar.
They feared it was real even though its scale was given away in the uncropped picture by the skirting board and a TV remote control.
Ian, 43, of Tewkesbury, Gloucs, said: “They flashed a search warrant in my face and said it was lucky I was in so they didn’t have to break my door down.
“In the end they saw the funny side and everyone has been laughing about it. It was so stupid.
“I didn’t even notice the mortar in the background. I couldn’t believe someone thought it was real.”
A police spokeswoman said: “The information was given in good faith.
“We would much rather have a result like this than to put the public in harm’s way by not taking action.”
Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4794274/Armed-cops-raid-house-over-Facebook-snap-of-Action-Man-toy-mortar.html#ixzz2WiTLrFfG
His "disruptive behavior" was refusing to remove the shirt. Worthy of involving the police and an arrest?
Found On Road Dead...
Does the expression Fix Or Repair Daily ring any bells?