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The 'Doppelganger' by Brian Laundry brutally awakened by the armed detention team: 'Suddenly I saw a group of armed men shooting at me' |  Abroad

The ‘Doppelganger’ by Brian Laundry brutally awakened by the armed detention team: ‘Suddenly I saw a group of armed men shooting at me’ | Abroad

Beckwith and his girlfriend Anna Breitman wanted to nap at the Fontana Village resort in North Carolina, USA. They walked a little and were tired. Then we heard a loud knock on the door, which opened. The next thing I saw was a group of men in riot gear and rifles pointing at me,” Beckwith testified, an innocent wanderer who happens to look somewhat like one of the most wanted men in the United States. Then my lookalike hand was handcuffed.

Fortunately, the man was able to prove his innocence fairly quickly because he doesn’t have the tattoos that Laundry does. Moreover, he can easily prove his true identity with his ID card.

Beckwith, who is not wanted by the police, understands the confusion. He has a slit in his ear that resembles Laundry’s description. Furthermore, both men are around the same age, and have brown hair and a beard. So police officers advised Beckwith to shave off that beard. He did, but alas: “Because my chin is a little lower than Laundry’s.”

As compensation, Beckwith and his girlfriend got a free night and breakfast.

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