It's not everyday that a wanted man promises to turn himself in, but Michael Zaydel said he would gladly give up his freedom...on one condition.
The 21-year-old who also goes by the name "Champagne Torino" was wanted by the police in Redford, Michigan for "existing warrants," including for violating his probation stemming from DUI and assault charges. But rather than laying low, the bold fugitive had been taunting the Redford Police Department on their own Facebook page.
"You guys suck!" the criminal commented on one of their recent posts about a home invasion. Zaydel's taunts were becoming so regularly that Redford police threatened to block him from their page. Before they had the chance, the wanted man issued a challenge to the police.
"If you're [sic] next post gets a thousand shares I'll turn myself in along with a dozen donuts," he commented on their page, "and that's a promise. And I'll pick up every piece of litter around all your public schools let's see if you can get those shares."
"Challenge accepted!" the department replied, and their followers quickly rose to the challenge...