Lad Replies To Police Post Appealing To Find Him
Nowadays it's becoming more and more common for police to appeal for witnesses, suspects and missing people on Facebook. Of course, this makes sense as that's where most of our attention goes these days.
Luckily, every now and again, a rather funny appeal will happen, causing a load of pictures of Michael Jackson eating popcorn to appear in the comments section.
Recently Nottinghamshire Police posted a missing person appeal, with the aim of tracking down Shane-Andrew Thompson, who, as it turns out, wasn't actually missing.
"Have you seen Shane-Andrew Thompson?," the post read. "Officers are concerned for his safety after he was reported missing from the Radford area at around 1pm on Saturday, October 22, 2016."
Luckily, to put an end to the missing rumours, Shane himself commented on the post, saying: "I'm not even missin'."
Credit: Nottinghamshire Police
The young lad accused people of playing 'games', reporting him missing when he actually wasn't.
Here's what he put (word for word and typo for typo).
"Im not even missin his the anser it is people phoning the police sayin ive gne missing ive already spoke to the police about it so no i aint doin nothing its called people playin games sayin im missin."
Nottinghamshire Police went on to confirm that 'Shaneyboi' had been found safe and well, despite not being missing at all in the first place.
Greater Manchester Police are currently appealing for information regarding a 23-year-old who has gone missing since moving to Manchester from Italy in August, with worries that a certain amount of money may have gone to his head. He was allegedly spotted in southwest London on Sunday, bottling absolutely everything.
Featured image credit: Nottinghamshire Police