Thursday, October 27, 2011


A CHEATING boyfriend called the cops on his internet lover after his girlfriend arrived home early.
Two-timing Kevin Gaylor, 24, dialed 911 in a desperate bid to convince his missus that the "other woman" he'd picked up on Craigslist was a burglar and not his date.
He told cops that "she was wielding a gun."
Cops said he had arranged to meet his "date" at his Colorado Springs home at around 3am on Wednesday morning.
But his plan met a hitch when his girlfriend unexpectedly arrived home, cops told The Gazette.
In a bid to  desperate bid to prove his "innocence" he called the cops and reported that a person was trying to break down the door, adding that she had a gun.
Five officers sped to his home and immediately arrested the supposed burglar, but pretty soon they let her go.
Police spokesperson Barbara Miller said: “When they started listening to the story, they said there’s more to the story than meets the eye.”
Officers served Gaylor a summons for false reporting to authorities, a misdemeanor.
Another officer added: "There were a few laughs down at the station about this guy. He really got caught with his pants down on this one."

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