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Man Plays All His XBox Games During House Arrest, Asks to be Sent to Prison

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Police in New Zealand were called Tuesday (June 4) by a 19-year-old who was serving time under house arrest. He was in the 10th month of an 11-month sentence when he called police to tell them that he was “sick of playing Xbox.”

He went on to say that he had run out of Xbox games to play and would rather serve out the remaining month of his sentence in jail.

He then told police if they wouldn’t take him to jail he would just breach his home detention so that they would be forced to arrest him and take him in. He’s now in Ngawha Prison! There’s no report on what the guy was serving time for to begin with.

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