Escaped convict requests police post a different "wanted photo" of her on social media


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/08/29/escaped-convict-requests-polic.html


#2

Ahh, the selfie generation. Totes adorbs.


#3

All that and the best photo she has for a replacement is a cropped group shot?
Come on. You’re not even trying.


#4

After I escaped, I asked the cops to run the same photo that got me in trouble in the first place. Sadly, it led to them recapturing me after a passerby managed to identify me by my penis.


#5

I think contrition looks good on her.


#6

I do not think she fully understands the point of incarceration.


#7

It’s an UNwanted photo.


#8

Well, she did say please and thank you, and a smiley emoticon :blush:


#9

'Straya!


#10

I see you’ve managed to avoid dating websites. :smile:


#11

The smiley really makes everything legit. :heart:


#12

Well, since she was on the lam, she couldn’t really say the worse photo was un warranted.


#13

And she didn’t capitalize her sentence, and didn’t use sentence-ending punctuation.

Would’ve been good if she’d gone on about how everyone was doing the investigation wrong.


#14

It’s almost like she thought her sentence was unimportant and didn’t care to finish it.


#15

Since I haven’t been able to find any description of what she did wrong other than escaping, which from no less an authority than Tolkien is the duty of a prisoner, I am totally on her side.

There should be sort of a patreon or grantspace for criminals I could donate to here. (KA-CHING! New Business model [4th this week!])


#16

Ed McDonnough: You mean you busted out of jail.
Evelle: No, ma’am. We released ourselves on our own recognizance.
Gale: What Evelle here is trying to say is that we felt that the institution no longer had anything to offer us.


#17

well played!


#18

It’s like everyone want to be the Postcard Bandit.


#19

Yeah, na, mate


#20

Fun fact (also off-topic): when Brendan Abbott was arrested in Darwin (on his way to or from getting pizza, can’t remember now), I wrote the front page story about it in a major metro daily.