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Published On: Fri, May 18th, 2012

Man steals car to survive zombie apocalypse

Drinking and partying turned for the worst when a man stole a car, citing the zombie apocalypse as the reason.

After the officer arrested the man on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, he noticed the car the man was driving did not have a license plate, the report said.

The officer asked the man if he owned the car, and he said it was from the dealership, the report said.

When the officer asked him more about the car, the man said “because I needed a more dependable vehicle because of the apocalypse,” the report said.

twd2-the-walking-dead-season-5-new-ad banner cast photoThe man admitted to stealing the car when the officer asked him, the report said. Another officer went to the dealership and found the west showroom glass doors forced open and a single entry glass door near the service bay.

In his statement, the man said he and his friends had begun drinking at a home at 10 p.m., then went to a bar to drink more. He said he and his friends talked all night about the TV show The Walking Dead and other zombie-type movies, the report said. The man was dropped off at home, the report said.

“My best guess is that I closed my eyes, woke up, and freaked out about the zombie apocalypse,” he said in his statement to police.

The man then got into his 1999 vehicle and began to drive around looking for food, finding the streets empty and restaurants closed, the report said.  He then decided he needed a car with more fuel and one that would be more durable and last longer than his older car, the report said.

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