Minnesota Police Called for Noise Complaint Play Video Game in Lieu of Charges

Officers Isaac Palmer and Kou Yang responded to the call and found several people inside eating pizza, drinking beer, and playing the newly released "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" video game. The officers handled the noise complaint, and finding no reason to file any charges, decided to hang around to play the video game for a few moments.

Two officers with the St. Paul (MN) Police Department were called to an apartment due to a noise complaint and a neighbor's suspicion that the occupants of the dwelling were smoking marijuana.

Officers Isaac Palmer and Kou Yang responded to the call and found a several people inside eating pizza, drinking beer, and playing the newly released "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" video game, according to KSTP-TV.

The officers handled the noise complaint and, finding no reason to file any charges, decided to hang around to play the video game for a few moments.

Jovante Williams posted video and photos of the incident on social media. In Williams' post, he wrote: "So the neighbors called the cops on us and now we fighting them... in Smash Bros."

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