The Daily Mail
LOS ANGELES — Armed police stormed a video game developer's studio on Thursday in scenes that resembled one of the maker's games rather than a Los Angeles office.
Robotoki founder Robert Bowling was the only person on the premises and was briefly detained by officers until they could verify that he was not a burglar. But the former Call of Duty spokesman then tweeted that he blamed the life-size statue of the game's character Simon 'Ghost' Riley that stands in the studio window with a fake assault rifle in hand.
It has since been revealed that police were instead responding to silent panic alarm that was set off by a curious colleague and were not there to deal with a model gunman. The officers on the scene took the surreal situation in good humor and reportedly ended the call-out with a quick round of video games. Bowling was not fined for the false alarm.
Full Story: The moment armed police storm Call of Duty video game studio ('defended' by one of its characters) after employee pushes silent alarm