Wednesday, November 2, 2011

I watched their rich attire

The latest outrage from the Zombie Menace:

This afternoon, Monday October 31, 2011, Portland Police officers from Central Precinct responded to the Bank of America branch located at 121 Southwest Morrison Street for a disturbance involving a group of zombies that were in the lobby.

Officers arrived and observed a red substance and pieces of paper stuck to the glass in the lobby and large group of people dressed like zombies leaving the location. One of the employees of the bank identified one of the zombies as the person that vandalized the glass.
Imagine the disruption that could result from an entire costume made of POS-tit notes.

Of course costume-related forms of political protest have a long and noble history:

9 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Zombie Libel!

P.S. Good to see that helping zrm label in action.
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Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

The voice is coming from inside the sticky notes!

Peter said...

I don't get it. This sort of thing is not out of the usual for Portland. I suppose they reacted so strongly because he was not riding a unicycle nor playing bagpipes nor was the costume a post-it kilt in which case he would have blended right in.

Substance McGravitas said...

Back when I was hanging around in Portland a little more I went into a club and a gorilla jumped into my arms. It was a friend of mine, and she was all furried up before there were furries.

She was that, um, cool.

Not sure how she did her banking though.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Science news
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Dragon-King Wangchuck said...

That fellow's always putting on an Act

He certainly demonstrated that he knew how to use his writs.

M. Bouffant said...

Maine, Michigan, Oregon or Texas?

wiley said...

My word! These hooligans are loose in Portland?! That's an hour's drive from here. What was the name of the bank and the bank employee? Nervous nellies like that bank employee should not be employed in a bank and should not be allowed to call 9-1-1 willy nilly every time they get their underwear in a bunch. The police have serious stuff to do---they aren't social workers on call for the feint of heart every time something gets just a little out of order. Good God! I would expect a ten year old to handle that event with aplomb and grace, and without calling the cops as if that would be a great way to spend everybody's tax dollars. Dolt! Pttthhhht!

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Do not underestimate the Zombie Menace.

We will drink all your beer.