The search for David Schwimmer, accused of being stolen from a restaurant in England, is over.
A suspect who bears a striking resemblance to the character of actor Ross among longtime friends Friends ] Sitcom is arrested. In October, the police posted a snapshot online from the surveillance video of the suspected thief who had gone viral – and the actor posted a cheeky video explaining that it was not him.
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No name has been released to identify the 36-year-old suspect, who was arrested in a London tweet Monday after being stolen from a Blackpool restaurant on September 20.  "Thank you for your support, especially @DavidSchwimmer!" Tweeted the Lancaster Police.
The Metropolitan Police in London responded to law enforcement counterparts with their own tweet and referred to the show's well-known title song with the #IllBeThereForYou hashtag.
After the suspect's first image became viral, the fans of the NBC show quickly spread the word and helped the authorities identify the man they wanted for questioning.
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In almost all aspects of the show, which ran from 1994 to 2004, were comments mentioned, but continue to live in repetitions. The topics ranged from another piece of the title song of the show – "It was not his day, his month, or even his year," wrote one user, to esoteric one-liners.
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The many jokes about the figure of the now 51-year-old actor of Ross Geller, a cerebral Paleontologists, including the fact that he was "on break" – an allusion to Ross's on-again, off-again relationship with Rachel Green, played by Jennifer Aniston.
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When Schwimmer joins in the joke, Schwimmer has shown a video of himself moving quickly through a supermarket with cans that resemble the suspicious photo spread by the police.
"Officers, I swear I was not. As you can see, I was in New York, "he wrote. "To the diligent Blackpool Police, good luck with the investigation. #itwasntme "
The day before Float's Post, Blackpool police playfully announced that the alleged thief was not a swimmer and said the actor had been in the United States at the time.
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"Thank you all for your quick answers." We have thoroughly investigated this matter and confirmed that David Schwimmer was on that day in America, "they wrote." We are so sorry it has to be that way. "