Did A Police Officer Pull A Gun On Someone Over Movie Spoilers?
Apparently, some people take their movie spoilers seriously. VERY seriously!
According to a report, in Sydney, Australia, Constable Dominic Francis Gaynor was working the counter at the police station. That’s when Probationary Constable Morgan Royston mentioned that he finally saw the 2022 blockbuster “Top Gun: Maverick” and that he was going to “spoil” it for Gaynor…who apparently had yet to see it.
Gayner then reportedly “laughed as a colleague left the room,” said, “Don’t spoil the movie, c..t” and “I’ll shoot you,” and then “pulled out his firearm at the vicinity of the complainant and held it stationary for five seconds”…though his finger was said to be off the trigger.
Following the incident, Royston said he dealt with depression and was forced to quit the force. Gaynor was suspended without pay. Side note – if it’s been more than a year and you still haven’t seen a movie as big as “Top Gun: Maverick,” then spoilers are pretty much off the table.