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An Australian fugitive has given a cheeky reply to the police who are out looking for him.
Orana Mid-Western Police District, who patrol the New South Wales Central West, asked people on Facebook if they have seen or heard from Dallas Bradford.
They issued a PSA, saying: "Orana Mid Western Police are seeking information from the public to locate Dallas BRADFORD, who is wanted on a warrant. BRADFORD is known to frequent the Dubbo area.
"Police have been unsuccessful in locating him and are now seeking assistance from the community.
"Even if you do not know him, you can assist by liking and sharing this post to ensure it reaches as many members of the community as possible.
"If anyone has information please contact Dubbo Police on 68831599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Information can also be provided confidentially via the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.
"Please refrain from comments that are prejudicial or offensive."
Bradford probably should have heeded that last point when he commented on the Facebook post.
He simply replied with the iconic gif of Danielle Bregoli saying her legendary phrase on Dr Phil 'cash me ousside, how bout dat'.
The comment has received hundreds of likes and someone has upped the ante by daring the fugitive to do something so idiotic it couldn't be real.
Craig asked Bradford to get a 'selfie in front of the cop shop' and he would buy him a case of whatever he wanted in exchange. Bradford, clearly not one to shy away from a bet, wanted to take it to the next level.
He replied, saying: "I'll walk in and say, 'I have seen Mr Bradford' and when they say where I'll say 'HERE, Catch me out side how bout dat' then run."
Good lord that would be hilarious to watch. But Bradford certainly isn't the first fugitive to be cheeky with police online.
Anthony Akers was wanted for violation of parole in Washington state two years ago and he made similar cheeky comments to the police's Facebook post about him.
When the Richland Police Department posted his mugshot and asked people for information on his whereabouts, he replied in the comments section: "Calm down. I'm going to turn myself in."
That started a social media tit-for-tat and Akers and the PD went back and forth exchanging hilarious comments about him needing to be in custody.
It wasn't until the fugitive uploaded a selfie of him being arrested did the saga come to an end.
Featured Image Credit: Orana Mid-Western Police District/Facebook
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