A suspicious husband in Wyoming, Minnesota made a very concerning concerned call when he found something in his wife's purse (First red flag: why was he looking through his wife's purse?)
A man thought he found drugs in his wifes purse & contacted us. He was happy to learn that the items were just a broken cocktail umbrella. pic.twitter.com/Yx5erLtzP0— Wyoming, MN Police (@wyomingpd) April 2, 2017
I might be naive, or just super out-of-touch with what the kids are smokin' these days but...what?
The Wyoming police had to confirm that the man had never seen a cocktail umbrella, which is kind of sad that he had never experienced a sweet, tropical beverage.
@pigwigeon1 No we had to Google a picture of what a cocktail umbrella looks like not broken into pieces.— Wyoming, MN Police (@wyomingpd) April 3, 2017
Even if it turned out to be something, it's cold to call the police on your wife.
@wyomingpd What a snitch. He should have spoken with her, not treat her like a suspected criminal.— Junji Hirata (@ShamanXII) April 21, 2017
@wyomingpd I'm going to assume that you didn't offer him a job in your investigative unit? Quite the sleuth.— Rogsternation (@Rogsternation) April 3, 2017
@wyomingpd I'm so confused on how this looks like drugs🤔— Hillary Dank (@jess_4hunnidd) April 21, 2017
@wyomingpd first of all, what tha fuck.— sare (@sareminzz) April 21, 2017
second of all, what tha fuck
The call raises many questions:
1. Exactly how did it seem drug-like to him?
2. Is it possible that he knew it was a cocktail umbrellas, but was jealous that his wife was having cocktails with somebody else and called the police to scare her?
3. Was he, himself, on drugs? Did a psychadelic psych up the site of a mini umbrella?
My dude suffered many Ls the dude suffered that day.