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Yesterday we published this story about some Iranian guy named Peter who stole a woman’s debit card and went on a Park Ave shopping spree (even though he’s on food stamps) in his Mercedes.
We asked the general public if they had any idea who this guy was or where he lived so that the Shrewsbury Police could arrest him. We were immediately bombarded with messages from people, indicating that this guy’s name is Peter Sadri and he lives in Paxton. He is an out of work car dealer who used to work at a dealership on Route 20 in Worcester.
And clearly Peter knew the jig was up because we are told through our sources that he went to the Shrewsbury Police Department last night and asked to speak to someone because he “thinks he’s been using someone else’s credit card by accident.” I swear to God, that’s the story he’s going with. Because that happens to normal people all the time. I have so many people’s debit cards in my wallet that I hardly ever even use mine. Honest mistake.
The best part is that several times he had to actually sign the receipt, and he signed the woman’s name who he stole the card from. Also known as “forgery.” But he had no idea it was her’s!!! He just instinctively signs a random woman’s name whenever someone asks for his signature.
Anyway, great work Turtleboy Nation. This blog was read thousands of times and obviously someone who knew him tipped him off and he tried to pass it off as an innocent mistake. This is the power of the Turtleboy Sports Revolution. Most normal people think this is a good thing. However, there are some who don’t approve of our methods:
Oh snap!!! No snitching yo!!! Yea, why would the police want help from the public? They hate when people cooperate and give them leads. They especially hate when criminals turn themselves in, because we all know that police would much rather waste their time tracking this loser down. Kind of hypocritical on Laura’s part though. Ya see, last year around this time she was saving France from the terrorists:
Yea, I’m sure the Paris police really value the support you’re giving them from Charlton. Guess she doesn’t wanna see bad guys brought to justice unless they’re killing people in the name of Allah. Bad news Laura – we will continue to help the police arrest bad guys and there’s nothing you can do about it. Stay woke!!
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