Water Wizz Fake Kidnapping Liar Matt McGonnigal Was Arrested For Wiretapping And False Report Of A Crime By Wareham PD For Secretly Recording Them
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A couple days ago we played the tape of a secretly recorded conversation between Matthew McGonnigal, who made up a story about saving a small child from abduction at the Water Wizz park, and the Wareham Police Department. His spot got blown up by his own girlfriend after she posted on Facebook about the tall tale she told him:
After Water Wizz called him out on it, the Wareham PD also confirmed that no such incident was reported to them.
Which is weird, because usually child abduction attempts are reported to the cops. Kind of a big deal.
Hi Mom tried to defend his honor on our Facebook page, but failed miserably:
A normal person would’ve just taken their ball and gone home after embarrassing not only themselves, but their girlfriend, after being exposed as a liar and a fraud in front of hundreds of thousands of thirsty turtle riders. Not Matty McG though. He satisfied our hunger for a daily dooshnozzle to laugh at by going to the Wareham PD and secretly recording this conversation, in which he repeatedly asks them for a report on an incident he never reported:
The problem of course is that what he did was illegal. You can record someone in Massachusetts, so long as both parties know that the recording is taking place. It’s illegal to secretly record someone if the other person is unaware that they are being recorded.
Well right after we published the blog our sources told us that the Wareham PD issued a warrant for Matthew McGonnigal for witness intimidation, false report of a crime, and wiretapping. Then this morning our sources reported that Matty McG was arrested last night (July 27) in Weymouth, and he is in court this morning being arraigned for making up the story and recording the cops.
My question is, why did he do this if he knows there was no police report? And the answer is simple – he was in deep trouble with the girlfriend. If I pulled a stunt like this with Mrs. Turtleboy I would be in the doghouse for eternity. Dude made her look like a fool. She defended him endlessly. Finally she must’ve realized that he was lying to her, so she deactivated Facebook and informed him that he will not be receiving any push-push for a long, long time. This was a last ditch attempt for push-push.
So the lesson here is simple – when you get Turtleboyed, your best bet is always to keep a low profile. Whatever you do, do NOT message us with tall tales of Internet lawsuits. Do NOT tell us that you’re calling the cops on us. And when the people you are wrongly accusing of covering up a crime are the police, do NOT secretly record a conversation at the police department in a vain attempt to make them look bad. Because it will only guarantee that you will live on in the Turtleboy spotlight for longer.
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