All I can say is....BWAHAHAHAHA! http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:QV ... cd=1&gl=us Cops swoop on Lara Croft dummy John Scheerhout 14/ 5/2007 ARMED police launched a raid on a `gunman' who turned out to be a Lara Croft mannequin. They burst into a house in Dukinfield and pinned father-of-two David Williams to the ground, arrested him and then held him for more than 13 hours. Mr Williams, 42, who owns computer games shop Dukinfield Consoles, had taken the 6ft tall display dummy home to sell on. Mr Williams called police to complain about nuisance phone calls he had been receiving and a Pc called at his Astley Street address just after midnight - and it is believed he saw an outline of the Â£1,000 limited-edition mannequin in the window. He called for back-up and armed police arrived . . . and charged in. "I was in the kitchen and the statue was in the front room," said Mr Williams. "The police apparently knocked on the front door, but I heard nothing as I had the radio on. The back door was open and I was on the telephone. "The next thing, there were four police on the patio and they dragged me out and threw me to the floor. I felt a foot in my back and a gun in my shoulder. "They were shouting `where's the gun? where's the gun?' I said I didn't have a gun. I was in shock. I didn't know what was happening. "I told them they had got it wrong and they had the wrong house. And then at the police station, they came walking in with the mannequin. All the police were laughing their heads off. The officer who arrested me was getting a lot of stick. "It was a disgrace, there was no need for it. They kept me for 13-and-a-half hours. They suggested I was trying to entice the police and that the mannequin's arm was moving. How can it - it's a mannequin." Mr Williams, who is considering suing police, added: "It's something you just don't expect. "When it first happened, I thought it was a nasty prank. I haven't slept and I'm still shaking. "What they did was bang out of order. They should have released me when they realised it was a mistake." A spokeswoman for Greater Manchester Police said the force could not comment. But a GMP source said it appeared to be a genuine mistake. "Officers called and got no answer. "If he'd answered the door, none of it would have happened."