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SWAT Called After Worker's Lego Gun Scares Colleagues

December 09, 2009  | 


A worker at a Toronto design firm's decision to bring his new replica Lego gun to work got him in hot water when the city's SWAT unit was called to investigate, the National Post reports.

Jeremy Bell's encounter with the Toronta Emergency Task Force came after he brought in a Lego 9mm replica he purchased online from BrickGun, which sells realistic-looking Lego versions of firearms.

Bell, 29, was cuffed against the wall until officers determined the gun was a toy.

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axnjxn74 @ 12/10/2009 12:02 PM

Good thing he didn't bring in his LEGO Godzilla....

maleman39 @ 12/10/2009 2:07 PM

Hysteria reigns in Toronto. Reminds me of that futuristic Sylvester Stallone movie about police in LA.

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