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'Where's Waldo' found being 'very disorderly' at Boston transit station

By
Ben Hooper
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Transit Police found a man dressed as Where's Waldo? being very disorderly at Boston's South Station and escorted him out. Carmen Sandiego remains at large. Photo by MBTA Transit Police/Twitter
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Transit Police found a man dressed as "Where's Waldo?" being "very disorderly" at Boston's South Station and escorted him out. Carmen Sandiego remains at large. Photo by MBTA Transit Police/Twitter

BOSTON, March 21 (UPI) -- Police at Boston's largest transit hub revealed the resolution to a world famous missing persons case -- Waldo has been found, and he was "being very disorderly."

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Transit Police posted a picture to Facebook and Twitter Sunday showing a pair of officers escorting a man garbed in the famous red and white stripes of the easily hidden traveler out of South Station.

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"Where's Waldo? He was at South Station being very disorderly and needed to be escorted out," Transit Police tweeted.

A Facebook user commenting on the police post claimed to be the Waldo-clad man from the picture, but his story was difficult to prove as the police image only shows the costumed man from the rear.

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