LAPD Raid Gaming House - Pretty Funny

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    LAPD Raid Gaming House - Pretty Funny

    Whether this was brought on by a prankster or an uninformed employee is still up in the air, but this one's pretty funny. Actually the police appeared to have been trying to do the right thing, but the end result is pretty funny.

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    That's too funny. Some idiot pushed the panic alarm on his way out of the building and the cops showed up. That's when the fun begins.
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    "Once they realized Bowling was neither a threat nor a hostage, discussion fell to Bowling's line of work and the ordeal ended with a round of video games using the office's NES controller table."

    At least the LEO's apparently kept their sense of humor and made a good time out of it.
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    Too weird for me.
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    Well I hope the bone head is glad he got his photo Op. They do it all the time just to make sure the Police actually come, having no thought to our safety responding to their BS alarms.
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    I guess the LAPD will send them a bill? Regardless, I like the fact that the Police responded, no matter how stupid the employee was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PO54yo View Post
    Well I hope the bone head is glad he got his photo Op. They do it all the time just to make sure the Police actually come, having no thought to our safety responding to their BS alarms.
    Did you read the article?

    The "bone head" pictured wasn't the one who his the alarm. It was an employee whop wasn't aware of the new alarm system pushing a mystery button to see what it was, then going home when nothing apparently happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xader View Post
    Did you read the article?

    The "bone head" pictured wasn't the one who his the alarm. It was an employee whop wasn't aware of the new alarm system pushing a mystery button to see what it was, then going home when nothing apparently happened.
    Ya, I read it. You wouldnt believe the exuses they use. Normally its "I bumped into it", but you can bet they are going to trip a new alarm system at least once by "accident". I guess after 3 decades of responding to their "Oops I tripped the alarm by accident"'s Ive lost my sense of humor about them. This little prank could have resulted in a shots fired. But sure, what are the odds an employee would "find" a new button the day after its installation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PO54yo View Post
    Ya, I read it. You wouldnt believe the exuses they use. Normally its "I bumped into it", but you can bet they are going to trip a new alarm system at least once by "accident". I guess after 3 decades of responding to their "Oops I tripped the alarm by accident"'s Ive lost my sense of humor about them. This little prank could have resulted in a shots fired. But sure, what are the odds an employee would "find" a new button the day after its installation?
    I'd say approximately 100%, if it's in an accessible place where people are working.

    It's possible that someone did it maliciously, but I think it more likely that the company hadn't gotten the word around yet that the system had been installed, and someone got curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    "Once they realized Bowling was neither a threat nor a hostage, discussion fell to Bowling's line of work and the ordeal ended with a round of video games using the office's NES controller table."

    At least the LEO's apparently kept their sense of humor and made a good time out of it.
    Probably the only sensible thing that has happened in Cali in at least a decade.

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