Cops: Suspect Threatened To Blow Up Man's House, Kill His Family For Failing To Return Borrowed Copy Of "Ted" DVD
Incensed that an acquaintance failed to return a copy of the movie “Ted,” a Pennsylvania man threatened to blow up the borrower’s home and kill his family, police report.
The suspect, a 21-year-old Allentown resident, last week allegedly sent “numerous text messages and spoke to” victim Dean Michael Bucks about his failure to return a DVD of the 2012 comedy directed by “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane. The movie stars Mark Wahlberg opposite a raunchy teddy bear voiced by MacFarlane.
According to a Pennsylvania State Police report, the unnamed suspect told Bucks, 50, that he would “blow up his house and kill his family because the victim did not return the Ted movie he borrowed.” Additionally, the suspect warned Bucks that he would “pull his pony-tail and punch him in the face.”
Cops, who have not made an arrest, have classified the “nature of incident” as “terroristic threats.”
A DVD copy of “Ted” sells for $11.49 via Amazon.