British wanted man arrested for revealing his identity for buying call of duty

According to foreign media reports, Clint Butler, a British wanted man, was arrested and sent back to Birmingham prison in order to buy the physical game board of the latest work of call of duty.

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British wanted man arrested for revealing his identity for buying call of duty

Clint Butler was initially sentenced to 17 years in prison for robbery and possession of a gun. He escaped from Buckinghamshire prison in November 2020 and remained free until his arrest in 2021. Clint Butler seems to be tired of the monotonous life at home. He and a friend decided to go out and buy call of duty (why not buy the digital version is unknown).

British wanted man arrested for revealing his identity for buying call of duty

It is reported that during the shopping trip, two police officers noticed Clint Butler and his companions were acting strangely. As soon as they saw the police, they changed their direction. So the police approached the two men and asked them. Police asked Clint Butler why he ignored the blockade order during the epidemic. Clint Butler said: “I came out to buy the latest” call of duty “. I can’t sit at home and do nothing.”

Unfortunately, because the police suspected that Clint Butler had given them names (which later turned out to be false), they said they would check his details. The fugitive was obviously dissatisfied with handing over his identification and kicked a police officer in the groin before trying to escape quickly.

Now his sentence, which was expected to end in 2024, has been extended on other charges. Authorities said he was sentenced to another 13 months for the escape and six months for attacking police.