World Zombie Day triggers police warning
Deputy commissioner Ross Barnett held an amusing press conference after a mock alert was sent out
The Gympie Times
QUEENSLAND, Australia — Tomorrow is World Zombie Day and Queensland police are asking where you will turn for the latest information should things get ugly.
Deputy commissioner Ross Barnett held an amusing press conference after a mock alert was sent out yesterday, showing there is a humorous side to the police service.
While a disclaimer stated "There is no information suggesting thata zombie attack is actually imminent," the alert read on to state the purpose of the media event was to help "Queenslanders survive a possible zombie attack".
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