Police stop the Canadian woman after she & # 39; skinned human & # 39; Halloween decoration on the front seat of her car for a real corpse has since been seen
- The Canadian Rachel Schmidt bought a realistic-looking Halloween skeleton with her son at a yard sale on Saturday for $ 2
- She left the skeleton in the front seat of her car when she went shopping
- When she returned to her car, a police officer demanded that she inspect her vehicle after someone reported the corpse in the front seat
- Schmidt, who loves Halloween, posted about the hilarious accident on Facebook
- & # 39; I just hope I didn't scare a poor person who walked by and thought there was really a man in my car, & # 39; she said.
Police flew to Canada's superstore car park this weekend after receiving phone calls about a suspicious human body in a car, but when they found it was a shockingly realistic skeleton sitting in the front seat.
The hilarious incident occurred in New Brunswick on Saturday after Rachel Schmidt, from Fredericton, and her 11-year-old son bought a very realistic looking skeleton at a local site sale for $ 2.
The Halloween decoration, called Jeffy, didn't fit in the trunk of her car, so she thought it was funny to tie it to the front passenger seat.
On the way home, Schmidt stopped at a local supermarket and when she returned to her car, she was shocked to see it was blocked by a police cruiser after someone had called the police out of concern.
Some skeletons must remain in the cupboard! The Canadian Rachel Schmidt bought a realistic Halloween skeleton with her son at a yard sale on Saturday for $ 2 that looked like a real corpse, involved passerby called police
She posted about the hilarious accident on Facebook and said & # 39; to everyone who saw what a skinned person in a car seemed to seat. MY CLAIMS & # 39;
Schmidt loves Halloween and bought the creepy skeleton with her son on Saturday (together upstairs)
The officer approached her and told them to inspect her vehicle.
& # 39; Then it clicks, "Oh my god, it was that Halloween decoration," Schmidt said CTV Atlantic. & # 39; (It was), just a crazy Halloween thing, but they really had to look at it, just to make sure. & # 39;
After the officer had checked the site sale, she was released.
& # 39; I just hope I didn't scare a poor person who walked by and thought there was a human being in my car & she said.
Schmidt shared the bizarre incident on Facebook in a message that has become viral and collects more than 4,000 likes and more than two thousand shares.
& # 39; First of all … for everyone who goes shopping at the superstore tonight … and saw what looked like a skinned person being hit in a car. MY APOLOGIES … clearly someone thought it was real … I hope they have no scars for life, & she wrote.
& # 39; I just hope I didn't scare a poor person who walked by and thought there was actually a man in my car with a skin, & # 39; said Schmidt, pictured above, dressed for Halloween in 2018
Fredericton police said: & # 39; Sometimes calls arrive at us and in the end they are different. Fortunately, this is one of these cases & # 39 ;. Schmidt pictured above with son
& # 39; Second … to the Fredericton police … I apologize! Good thing you take it seriously and investigate it to the fullest extent and surprisingly by surrounding my car while I left the supermarket, & she added.
She then explained that she loves Halloween and bought the skeleton because the previous owner had made it herself by upgrading a simple Costco skeleton by covering it in Saran wrap and fake blood.
Despite the police incident, she said she still & # 39; laughs & # 39 ;.
Fredericton police said: & # 39; Sometimes calls arrive at us and in the end they are different. Fortunately this is one of these cases. & # 39;
Angela Palmer, the previous owner who created Jeffy, was shocked to hear that her creation seemed so real that it led to police intervention.
& # 39; I almost didn't put it in the garden sale. I wanted to throw it in the trash, actually I thought, "I'll throw it in, maybe somebody wants it," she said.
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