Norwegian Police Have Arrested The Night King For Destroying The Wall

Alfie PowellAlfie Powell in Entertainment, Funny, News, TV
Published 16.04.19
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I don’t watch Game of Thrones so for a minute I genuinely thought that this was a thing that happened in the show.

I didn’t think that Norway was in Game of Thrones but I’ve been wrong about this kind of thing before. The Night King could have been arrested by Norwegian authorities? Kit Harrington could have been one of them?

Well as it turns out, this wasn’t part of the HBO show and I hear the Night King is still roaming around *googling* Winterfell.

Having destroyed the Wall, the Night King is a wanted man-thing, and luckily the police of Norway have stepped in and taken things into their own hands.





I don’t know what the good guys in Game of Thrones world are struggling with so much though, since the authorities were pretty quick the get the Night King in cuffs and throw him in a cell.

Politiet har etter tips fra oppmerksomme borgere i natt pågrepet en person mistenkt for trusler, skadeverk og…

Posted by Politiet i Trondheim on Sunday, April 14, 2019

Writing on Facebook, the police service said:

The police have received many complaints about a man from the northern region involved in criminal activity. Complaints include animal cruelty and property damage (there have been reports of a wall being destroyed), as well as threats to lay vast areas of land desolate.

“Our night watch has now apprehended the man to deter any further criminal activity on his behalf.

That is definitely criminal damage and I doubt he has a permit for that dragon.

The post has since been liked by over 37,000 people and shared 4,300 times with reviews like “lol” and “haha” rolling in left, right and centre.

Good, clean fun.

The antithesis of Game of Thrones.

Images via, Facebook

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