Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

May 21, 2009 -

If you've been up all night playing Resident Evil 5 and you're a little freaked out by the experience and you happen to live in Boston, fear not; the local constabulary has your back. The Boston Police Department has vowed to alert the public to any and all zombie attacks.

That reassuring news comes by way TruTV's Dumb as a Blog, which chronicles an exchange of tweets between @Boston_Police and another Twitter user. Here's how it went down:

Boston_Police:  INJURED OFFICER: Officer from district 4 transported to Beth Israel Hospital, human bite to arm, suspect in custody.

willcady:  @Boston_Police if that was a zombie bite, would you tell us?

Boston_Police:   @willcady Yes, absolutely

Via: The Consumerist


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Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

What if the zombies already know how to tweet?

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

I lol´d

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Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

Since when do the Boston Police have a sense of humor?

Maybe they got enough bad PR from thier overreactions and mellowed out a bit?

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

Meh, now Boston will probably see something completely harmless (like a plastic bag floating in the breeze) and proceed to flip out and declare the beginning of the Zombie Apocalypse. 

God help us if Zombies attack us wielding deadly Lite Brites.

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

You can't trust ANYONE these days!  The police officer LIES.  D:>

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Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

"Send More Cops."  -  Zombie using police radio in one of the Return Of The Living Dead movies.

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Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

*gasp* but what if the guys responsible for telling the public ARE the zombies?!?!

 

....it may already be too late!

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

just buy the zombie survival guide by Max Brooks, it will tell you everything you need to know.

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

ROFL

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

Given their track record on identifying bombs, I wouldn't trust the Boston PD to know a zombie bite from a scraped knee.

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Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

At last, a police officer with braaaaaaaains.

/b

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

Yes, I wish we had more police officers with Braaaaaaaaaaaaains.

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

The Book "Zombie CSU" deals with stuff like this, the guy interviewed all sorts of people about what would happen if a real life Z-Day were to go down

 

http://www.amazon.com/Zombie-CSU-Forensics-Living-Dead/dp/080652877X/ref...

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

Hahaha!

Nice to see a more light hearted story :)

Re: Boston Police Promise to Report Zombie Attacks

 That's awesome; at least we know Boston has our backs when the zombies come for us but do they have our backs when the aliens come?

 
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