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By Sean | November 24, 2009

This is a actually a true story of events that happened to George Phillips of Meridian, Mississippi.

He was about to go to bed when his wife mentioned to him that he left the light on in the shed. Surprised George opened the door to turn off the light but noticed there were some guys in the shed — who were clearly stealing stuff.

He immediately called the police, who asked if any of the intruders were in his house. George said “no” but reiterated that there was a robbery in progress. The officer he spoke to said that all patrols were busy, and that he should lock his door and the police would get there when the personnel became available.

George reluctantly agreed, but said “Okay,” hung up, counted to 30, and called them back again.

George told them “I phoned you some moments ago because there was a robbery in progress in my shed. Now you don’t have to concern yourselves about the situation because I just shot them all.”

George quickly hung up the phone. Within minutes three squad cars, an armed response unit, as well as an ambulance converged on the scene. As you might have expected, they caught the burglars in the act.

One of the policemen questioned George: “I thought you told us that you shot them??”

George said, “I thought you told me there wasn’t anybody available to come!”

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