Police in Minnesota were called a complaint complaint about a group of friends who played video games this weekend. But instead of getting the players in trouble, the police joined the Super Smash Bros.
Jovante M. Williams, a dancer based in Minneapolis, said he stopped at his friend's place Friday to play "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate", a popular Nintendo game.
"In my friend's apartment there have been a couple of noise complaints that happen, from the same people," said Williams Yahoo Lifestyle. "In the past, we have played our games at noon, we do not want to bother anyone. We are not problems. We are adults."
So when the neighbors again called the police and the police appeared at the door, Williams explained the situation to them .
"We tell them that this is the same sound level we've had," Williams said. "They sometimes confirmed that we were not even loud."
An officer asked them about the game Williams and his friends played
"I'm like," do you want to play Smash? "And two of them literally raised their hand and went up," Williams said, noting that the police already knew how to play the game. "They are like, "How are you jumping?" [But] they acted; one of them played Pikachu! "
Later, several police appeared to join the fun. On Friday, Williams sold a Facebook video of his party with the police, who quickly became a social media sensation.
Williams said that funny night was a much better result than other interactions with the police who have gone viral. [1