Run your mouth and face the consequences, Storm Troopers! Philadelphia Police Sgt. Stephen Clark posted this humorous photo to squelch spoilers.
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Run your mouth and face the consequences, Storm Troopers! Philadelphia Police Sgt. Stephen Clark posted this humorous photo to squelch spoilers.

Are fans dialing 911 to report “Star War” spoilers?

Run your mouth and face the consequences, Storm Troopers! Philadelphia Police Sgt. Stephen Clark posted this humorous photo to squelch spoilers.
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Run your mouth and face the consequences, Storm Troopers! Philadelphia Police Sgt. Stephen Clark posted this humorous photo to squelch spoilers.

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It’s unclear if the Philadelphia Police Department’s post was in response to people dialing 911 after boneheads spilled secrets online, or if this was a proactive measure.

“We enforce the laws – we don’t make them,” the cop shop said. “Sorry.”

Here’s the response it evoked:

But lest anyone get any big blabbermouth ideas, Philly Police Sgt. Stephen Clark posted this warning:

Run your mouth and face the consequences, Storm Troopers! Philadelphia Police Sgt. Stephen Clark posted this humorous photo to squelch spoilers.

Run your mouth and face the consequences, Storm Troopers! Philadelphia Police Sgt. Stephen Clark posted this humorous photo to squelch spoilers.

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