We all saw those “wanted” posts on social media and wondered how the perpetrators would feel seeing their faces on screen. As it turns out, not all are bothered by it at all.
In fact, one man even had the guts to comment on his own mugshot after police posted it on Facebook. The wanted man and authorities then had a hilarious conversation on the platform.
When Richland WA Police Department shared a post about Anthony Akers, the latter assured them that they will see him soon.
“Calm down, I’m going to turn myself in,” the 38-year-old replied.
The exchange got even better when the Richland Police Department played along, by offering Akers a ride when he didn’t show up and reminding him of their business hours.
Akers thanked the police department and said he had “a couple loose ends” to tie up before he stopped by the department since he will be gone for a month. He then added that he “should be in there in the next 48 hours.”
After two days, curious netizens started to ask the police department if Akers had finally turned himself in, to which they replied that he had not.
The police decided to respond with another post, days after Akers promised to turn himself in.
“Dear Anthony, is it us?” the Richland Police Department asked. “We are beginning to think you are not coming.”
Akers replied with a hilarious comment:
“Dear RPD, it’s not you, it’s 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 don’t deserve it.
P.S. You’re beautiful.”
Despite reasonable doubt from both the police and people eagerly reading the comment thread, Akers stayed true to his word and did indeed turn himself in.
Of course, he had to share a selfie of himself at the police station.
“Here for our date sweetheart,” he wrote.
17 People Who Were Caught Sleeping at Work
When you sleep at work, someone’s always gonna take pictures!
Despite its bad reputation, science has officially established that sleeping on the job can actually benefit both the worker and the business. According to several expert studies, workplace napping has been found to be highly effective in reducing stress, improving the memory, and increasing productivity at the same time.
So yes, there's absolutely nothing bad about dozing off a bit at work - as long as you do it right. For example, you should mind your posture and position to prevent uwanted body pains. And don't spendOn top of that, it is advisable that you sleep somewhere private. That way, you get to avoid becoming the laughing stock of office - or even the entire internet.
Just take it from these people whose photos went viral online after they were captured on camera collecting some zzzz's while at the most unlikely places during the most unlikely of times. ...
Construction Worker Has Motorists Laughing With Hilarious Moves At Detour
I wouldn’t mind being stuck in traffic with this guy.
Most of us take our jobs very seriously and would always do things by the book. However, doing the same exact thing over and over again every single day can get a little tiring.
So one construction worker took the liberty to turn his job into something fun, not only for himself but for the motorists as well. You see, his duty was to direct traffic at a detour, but felt it was too plain and predictable, so he decided to spice things up a bit.
Woman Complains About ‘Female Santa’ Suit She Got From eBay
“When your order arrives online and it’s nothing like you expected.”
Ever experienced getting disappointed with a product you bought online? It’s such a bummer when you pay for something and get something that’s obviously less (or different) than what was described, right? That’s exactly how one mother-of-two felt but somehow, the internet had mixed reactions about it.
28-year-old Lisa Williamson, 28, of Edinburgh, Scotland spent £7 on eBay to buy a sexy Santa suit. According to her, she got one and planned to wear it for her pole dancing class. However, she was disappointed when her order arrived.