Schwimmer in hilarious spoof over beer thief resemblance


Good friends actor David Schwimmer has posted a video clip “proving” he was not at the rear of an alleged theft carried out by a lookalike in Blackpool.

The footage reveals him leaving a store carrying a crate of cans, in an exact duplicate of the alleged theft.

He wrote on Twitter: “Officers, I swear it was not me. As you can see, I was in New York. To the hardworking Blackpool Police, great luck with the investigation.”

Lancashire Constabulary ongoing the banter, replying with a tweet saying: “Many thanks for getting there for us,” a reference to the extensive-jogging sitcom’s concept tune.

Law enforcement posted a image of the suspected thief, who bears a putting similarity to the actor, on Fb asking the community for enable pinpointing him.

The suspect was pictured leaving a cafe in the city carrying what appeared to be a crate of cans following the alleged theft on 20 September.

Law enforcement were subsequently swamped with replies from men and women declaring he looked like Ross Geller, the character Schwimmer performed in Good friends.

Their put up was shared much more than 40,000 periods – and has captivated tens of hundreds of likes from lovers of the extended-jogging US sitcom.

Schwimmer’s reaction also proved well known, with quite a few social media consumers re-tweeting it.

@Dave_O_Sullivan summed up the inner thoughts of quite a few, tweeting: “David Schwimmer just gained the Online 2018 Award. Properly played.”

@nattybstokie agreed, tweeting that “David Schwimmer has formally gained the online! Like him so considerably for this.”

But @jocelynaspa was a tiny a lot less sort, calling it the “best matter” Schwimmer has at any time finished.

In reaction to the first Facebook submit, 1 consumer, referencing the Friends theme song, wrote: “I never believe it’s been this guy’s working day, his week, his month or even his 12 months…..”

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:: Anybody with details on the alleged criminal offense can make contact with 7798@lancashire.pnn.police.united kingdom.


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