Hero Cop Investigates ‘Suspicious Light Source’: It’s the Moon
Last month in Worchestershire, England, a police investigation into a ‘suspicious light source’ that appeared atop some large hills ended in a twist of Shyamalan-esque proportions when the investigating officer discovered that the light was actually…the moon.
Now, before you write the officer off as a complete idiot, you should know that Clent Hills, upon which the light was seen, is a “hotspot for outdoor sex”. So when a constable spotted a glowing light that appeared to be up on the hills, he believed it to be a car headlight and decided to investigate.
Before leaving, the cautious policeman warned his sergeant that he may require backup. Then, he ascended the hill. Upon reaching the top, the constable radioed his sergeant again to let him know that he had found the source of the ‘suspicious light’. It was the moon.
Surprisingly, a ‘police source’ reports that the officer was rather embarrassed when news of his blunder got out.
“He’s had pictures of werewolves put on his locker by some of the more unforgiving officers,” said the source. “It will take a long time for him to live this one down.”
I, for one, think this man is a hero. Who knows what that no-good moon was doing up there? Maybe it was preparing to engage in some ‘outdoor sex’, and the changes in gravitational force that would’ve resulted from this celestial event would have severely affected the way that tides work. The point is, we’ll never know.