Zombie Police of Schenectady

zombie police of schenectady

They're coming to a theater near you -- to eat your brains.

After seeing the picture that went along with this story, we couldn't resist.

Comments

This is excellent! I couldn't get over how absurd this picture was on the front page of timesunion.com last night.

If there's anything more juicy than a police officer being busted for a crime, it's a zombie pretending to be a police officer being busted for a crime. But, just one thing... the movie soundtrack had better include "Thriller". Otherwise it's just a big old waste of time.

Reminds me of this:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/masonicboomk8/2083142899/

Classic..You cannot even make this stuff up. And the photo is unintentionally hilarious ---

If his picture is in the times union today (i haven't seen the paper, yet) it would be perfect to send into leno - who doesn't want get a laugh out of a zombie police officer getting arrested for a hit and run...and eating brains!

Why is it I can so readily picture zombies in Schenectady, shuffling down empty Erie Boulevard toward the light of the GE sign?

My God, what is wrong with his head?!

Also discovered:

http://blingee.com/blingee/view/85165652-Schenectady-Police

I like the hat.

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE IT!!!!!

LMAO!!

Summer, he cracked his skull in the crash. Or at least that's the official story ... (cue zombie music)

i u guys are so mean.. ; ) while he looks like countless other police/sheriff/troopers...with that standard shaved head/buzz cut look--you'd think his colleagues would have done a better job with the picture...especially since he supposedly had had a few - you'd think he'd be smiling! but unfortunately, this young man broke the law and should be held accountable if true - while i am not a fan of spd, i guess this kid doesn't have much to smile about...

He doesn't even have eyebrows! What a freakazoid. What the hell is it with the Schenectady P.D.? I now feel a lot safer in that city....

Whoever put that image together is great at what they do. I'm really all of okay with graphics, and that one's impressive - very well done!

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