I can only come up with one word to describe this: "ignant."
The man that set the kid up probably gets a kick out of picking up his friend from the airport and yelling at the top of his voice "Hi Jack!"
Filmmaker tests police response by having teen relative wear Arab dress and point a fake RPG at passing cars
PHOENIX -- Phoenix police say they've arrested a man after he reportedly dressed a teenage relative in terrorist garb and sent him into a street to aim a fake rocket-propelled grenade launcher at passing cars.
Police spokesman officer James Holmes says 39-year-old Michael Turley was arrested Monday on charges of knowingly giving a false impression of a terrorist act, endangerment and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Holmes tells KTVK-TV Turley filmed the teen pointing the fake grenade launcher at passing cars on July 28.
Responding police didn't make any arrests after Turley told them he was making a movie.
Police made the arrest after the self-described filmmaker reportedly posted a video on You Tube that said he was testing how fast Phoenix police responded to the mock terrorist.Filmmaker tests police response by having teen relative wear Arab dress and point a fake RPG at passing cars
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