Sometimes, if we have a little too much to drink, we think we've seen in all. Major celebs in Coppers, aliens, and in this man's case, Pablo Escobar.
With Narcos in full flight on Netflix, and with every episode having gone up in one go, it's safe to say many people have binge-watched the latest series, and we can't help but think that's why this man called 999 claiming the former drug lord was in a nightclub with him.
Pablo died in 1993, so we sincerely doubt he was drinking a few pints in Manchester on an average Saturday night.
According to the Manchester Police, the man called multiple times in the space of a few short minutes.
Greater Manchester Police tweeted: "We suspect 1am 999 call Charles St from man claiming to be FBI, asking for help to detain Pablo Escobar in a nearby nightclub, was a hoax."
Lads, don't drink and dial.
We are just a little over a month away from Netflix’s newest crime drama’s release and oh, are we excited or what!
Narcos is based on real-life Colombian drug lord, Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura), when he was at the height of his power in the 1980s.
In the show’s first trailer we see DEA agent Steve Murphy (Boyd Holbrook aka Elizabeth Olsen’s ex-fiancé) as the policeman who is determined to bring the ‘King of Cocaine’ down.
Narcos tells the story of the most powerful man in Colombia who became responsible for approximately 80 percent of the world’s cocaine distribution and almost single-handedly turned Colombia into the murder capital of the world.
Game of Thrones fans will be glad to see a familiar face as Oberyn Martel (Pedro Pascal) plays Javier Peña, the Mexican DEA agent who helped to bring Escobar down.
And for any Entourage fans out there, we can promise you that this looks a WHOLE lot more promising than Vincent Chase’s Medellin!