Fugitive Turns Self In After Cops Photoshop Costume on Wanted Poster

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Fugitive Turns Self In After Cops Photoshop Costume on Wanted Poster

Brandon W. Conti Turned Himself in After Police Photoshopped a Sailor Costume on a Previous Booking Photo.

(Screen Capture: YouTube.com/Telegraph)

A fugitive in Illinois with a sense of humor surrendered himself to police this week, but only after they agreed to Photoshop a costume onto his wanted poster picture.

Kankakee County Sheriff's Department posts notices about fugitives on its Facebook page each Wednesday and calls the day 'Warrant Wednesday'.

This week, the department posted a picture of Brandon W. Conti, who was wanted for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol.

Conti saw the post pertaining to his warrant and then commented: "Where's my costume?"

Sheriff's office staff then edited the photo to add a sailor suit and a hat that read: "Ahoy."

Fugitive Surrenders After Asking Cops To Add Costume To His Wanted Poster

Conti replied with laughing emojis, saying: "That’s awesome. I’ll be there before noon please have the paperwork done and ready."

Thank goodness the cops didn't Photoshop Conti in blackface or we'd be dealing with an entirely different situation.

The Chicks on the Right and Producer Rob covered this story, the latest Trump tweets and more in today's edition of Speed Round.

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