& # 39; Together we became high, girl! & # 39; Text that was wrongly sent to the police in Missouri goes viral with more than 4000 Facebook likes
- Police officers shared a wrong SMS number that was sent to one of their officers
- Sender insists they don't have the wrong number and writes: & # 39; We've got high together, girl & # 39;
- The agent sends a picture of himself with his badge and writes: & # 39; Pretty sure we didn't get high together & # 39;
- The embarrassing conversation was shared on Facebook more than 8,000 times
A funny wrong number text conversation with a Missouri agent has stuck the internet.
The sender texted just a friend to invite him to a baseball game and even seduced him with a free hot dog and soda.
But without the person texting, the messages were sent to a Winfield, Missouri Police Department officer.
The embarrassing exchange of text becomes viral, after the texter has told the agent that they have become high together
The officer, who did not yet identify, simply replied: & # 39; I would like to go to the game tonight. Unfortunately I think you have the wrong number :(. & # 39;
However, the person who initiated the request assumed that the & # 39; friend & # 39; was simply forgetful and tried to chase her memory.
& # 39; Together with Shari and Diana we became high girl. & # 39;
Shortly afterwards the text receiver was revealed as a Winfield agent, who sent a photo with his badge and added: & # 39; Pretty sure we didn't get high together. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; Are you still going to pick me up for the game? I was really looking forward to going to the game. & # 39;
& # 39; Wrong number, & # 39; the person finally wrote.
The text exchange of the Winfield Police Department received more than 4,000 likes and at least 8,000 shares.
Even the police were having fun at the embarrassing moment and wrote in their message: & # 39; We were invited tonight to go to a baseball game !!!! Unfortunately we don't think they will come to pick us up. & # 39;
Instead of inviting friends to a game, the lyrics turn out to have been sent to the Winfield, Missouri police
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