Gosport Police vow not to use McDonald’s to lure criminals from rooftops

Gosport Police responded to a post where a rooftop confrontation between a wanted man and Grimsby officers ended after he was offered a McDonald’s.

The man came down from the Rue Rutand property shortly after a verbal exchange about the food.

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Police have warned people not to get their minds on scaling rooftops for fast food. Photo: Habibur Rahman.

In response to being asked if they would use the tactic, Gosport Police said in a Facebook post: ‘NO WE DON’T!’ Please don’t get any ideas.

“Climbing on rooftops is extremely dangerous and, if you decide to climb one, we won’t buy you a McDonald’s to tempt you.”

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