Australian Cops Release Nickelback Wanted Ad For 'Crimes Against Music'
They're easily one of the most joked about bands in history; virtually nobody likes their music. One noble dude even tortured himself by listening to the Canadian band for 168 hours straight in the name of charity (although, the CIA apparently has yet to tap their talents for torture, but it's only a matter of time).
Recently, the “How You Remind Me” rockers began touring in Australia, and the Queensland Police Service was not thrilled.
In protest, the cheeky cops tweeted a faux “Wanted” poster of the foursome via their official account, urging locals to “be on the lookout” for the group.
Urgent police warning: Men matching this description expected to be committing musical crimes in Boondall tonight. pic.twitter.com/iTI6ShuO2K — QPS Media Unit (@QPSmedia) May 20, 2015
The tweet accompanying the photo read,
Urgent police warning: Men matching this description expected to be committing musical crimes in Boondall tonight.
It is unclear if the guys of Nickelback have seen the tweet, but they are still scheduled to continue with the Australian leg of their tour.