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Noise complaint results in cops battling in Smash Ultimate

Not all police stories in America are bad, I suppose how could they be when Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is involved

By: Jak Connor from Dec 13, 2018 @ 3:00 CST

Usually when you hear about a police story most of the time bad news, its unfortunate police get that negative wrap but a recent noise complaint story ended overwhelmingly positive. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was involved so how could it not right?

Jovante M. Williams or his Twitter tag JoviJenovi was hosting a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament with himself and his friends. Just like any Smash get together, the energy would of been heightened due to the intensity of the game which would of resulted in some noise (no one blames them Smash can do that). This noise would of no doubt been heard by Williams' neighbor and then the police were called on the party.

When the police arrived something unexpected happened, originally thinking that their night was over Williams instead asked the cops "I'm like, 'Y'all wanna play Smash?!? And two of them literally raised their hand and walked up. They're like, 'How do you jump?' They were acting; one of them was playing Pikachu!" It just shows that all police stories don't have to end up being negative and that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate can bring anyone together! On a side note, one of the officers confirmed that no charges were filed and that they guys were just having a bit of fun.


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