They Found Him! Authorities Lead Away Guy Dressed as Waldo
A man dressed as the child's book character Waldo was pictured being hauled away by transit police in Boston on Sunday.
Where's Waldo? In Boston, apparently.
A man who appeared to be dressed as the child's book character was removed from the city's South Station, according to a MBTA Transit Police post on Facebook.
The lookalike was "removed for being disorderly," according to the post.
An MBTA spokesperson wouldn't say exactly what the man had been doing, or even if he was arrested.
However, it may have been related to South Boston's extremely popular St. Patrick's Day Parade, which was held Sunday.
Each year, the parade attracts thousands of costumed revelers, though most of them opt for more thematic green ensembles.
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