As a rule, it is the criminals who are arrested by the police. But English Anne Brokenbrow had never been in a tangle with the law, through its 104-year long life.
Therefore, she set out to be arrested.
The story brings several british media, including the BBC.
Anne being escorted by the police after she was 'arrested'. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
To the daily lives of the elderly lady in a nursing home in the English city of Bristol. Here she wrote a so-called 'bucketlist', which is a list of things you want to experience before you die.
On the list stood among other things:
'My desire is that I will be arrested. I'm 104 years old, and I have never done anything wrong'.
A charity got wind of Anne Brokenbrows list, and took immediately to the action.
during the short time they had persuaded the local police to meet at the nursing home and 'arrest' Anne Brokenbrow.
When the police showed up, gave it a large smile on the mouth of Anne. She was both put in the håndhjern and sat on the bagsæddet in the police car, while they drove around in the area.
- I have had a fantastic day. Such a thing has never happened to me before. I had the very fun, says Anne Brokenbrow to the media.
police officers also felt that it was a good day.
When I got the email, I thought immediately that it was a good idea and a good purpose. We were happy to take part of it, said Kelly Foyle, who stood in for the arrest.
Rob Cole, who was the other officer on the spot, fearing that Anne Brokenbrow not at all could remember, that she would be arrested.
But it all went like clockwork.
- Fortunately, the opposite, she does not arrest, he tells.
Anne Brokenbrow was extremely happy to be arrested. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Anne Brokenbrow has lived at the nursing home in ten months.