An Elvis impersonator in the UK was left all shook up after fools rushed in to his house despite the fact that the man appeared to be lonesome.
The clip shows the man wearing headphones singing along to an Elvis track with his back turned to the door.
As soon as he sees someone walk in behind him, the man dashes to confront the intruder, only to realize that he is a masked police officer.
After shouting at the man to turn off the music, another two police officers enter the room.
“What the fuck! Fuck off! You come in my house so I fucking went for you!” exclaims the man.
A female police officer tells him that cops have been trying to get into his house for 20 minutes.
🚨🚨🚨police force entry into a guys home to break up a suspect party. When all he was doing was trying to entertain people as an Elvis impersonator, what is wrong with 2020. I think he’s alone….🚨🚨 pic.twitter.com/PFJnepAzG2
— Ninnyd 🇬🇧❤️🇺🇸 Waiting~4~the Revolution (@ninnyd101) November 25, 2020
Some speculated that the cops were investigating a noise complaint while others suggested they were enforcing COVID rules that ban gatherings of people indoors. “I had my ear fucking phones on going fucking live you dickheads,” the man responds.
The confrontation appeared to leave the man crying like a hound dog.
All joking aside, under UK law police are not allowed to enter homes without a warrant unless they suspect there is a gathering at which a person infected with COVID is spreading the virus.
The man appeared to be completely alone, meaning he hadn’t violated any coronavirus law.
England remains under full lockdown until Wednesday next week, at which point a more draconian tier system is being re-introduced which for many areas represent another lockdown in everything but name.
As we previously highlighted, police in some areas of the country previously indicated that they wouldn’t hesitate to break up Christmas family gatherings if they were in violation of COVID rules.
Some respondents to the clip made Elvis jokes, but others didn’t see the funny side.
“We can gloss over this like it’s nothing or we can realise how shockingly incredible this is,” said one.
“I honestly dont recognise the UK anymore, cant believe in only 9 months we’ve come to this,” added another.
Others defended the actions of the police, asserting that the man is a known nuisance to his neighbors.
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