Wanted man taunts police by brutally commenting on their Facebook post looking for him with highly iconic internet meme
- Wanted man taunts police by posting meme as officers try to locate him
- Dallas Bradford Is Wanted On Order Of Orana Mid Western Police Western
- Bradford posted ‘catch me outside’ meme on police Facebook post about him
A brash man seeking the police has taunted cops online by posting a risqué meme on his own wanted poster.
The Orana Mid Western Police Department posted a plea on Facebook for information to help locate 24-year-old Dallas Bradford who is wanted in connection with an pending arrest warrant related to property damage.
“Police have been unable to locate him and are now seeking community help,” Orana Police Department posted online alongside a photo of Bradford.
Dallas Bradford (pictured) wanted by police has taunted agents online by posting a bold meme as authorities try to find him
Bradford, who is known to frequent the Dubbo area, teased police by commenting on a meme by American rapper Bhad Bhabie with the caption “catch me outside how bout dat.”
Bhad Bhabie – also known as Danielle Bregoli – is a rapper, songwriter and internet personality who rose to fame in 2016 on an episode of the American chat show Dr Phil.
She appeared with her mother to discuss her behavior – stealing cars – when she responded to onlookers laughing at her by saying “cash me outside how bout that,” referring to how she would fight them outside the studio.
Orana Mid Western Police posted a plea on Facebook for information to help locate Dallas Bradford who is wanted on warrant
Bradford responded to Orana Police’s Facebook post by commenting on a cheeky meme (pictured)
The then 13-year-old’s slogan quickly went viral online and later became a well-known internet meme.
Bradford’s brazen use of the meme to the Orana Police Department amused other Facebook users.
“This is great,” commented one user.
“That’s wild,” wrote another.
Bradford (pictured) posted ‘cash me outside’ meme on police Facebook post about him
Danielle ‘Bhad Bhabie’ Bregoli (pictured) rose to fame in 2016 when she appeared on the US chat show Dr Phil
Orana Police are calling on anyone with information to contact Dubbo Police or CrimeStoppers.
“Even if you don’t know him, you can help by liking and sharing this post to make sure it reaches as many community members as possible,” they said.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Police for comment.