The Dumbass of the year award goes to the mannequin challenge from Huntsville Alabama who filmed themselves frozen in time holding just about every weapon you can think of in a gang style pretend shootout.

See video below!

What started out something to kill time on a Wednesday turn into multiple arrests with more coming! turns out going viral is not always a good thing when you show your address and vehicle license plates in the video and you are a convicted felon holding a gun.

As it turns out one of the viewers was an officer from the Madison County Sheriff’s office, who likely wondered if those 19 guns were accompanied by the proper licenses and permits. Given that the house was caught on film along with license plates on the cars, police investigated further and eventually got a search warrant for the property on Powell Drive in Huntsville.

“At 5:02 this morning,” Capt. Mike Salomonsky said in a press conference on Tuesday. “The Madison County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team, the City of Huntsville Police Department SWAT team, and also ATF were present when we executed the search warrant at that residence.”

Police confiscated two handguns, one assault rifle and a single-barrel shotgun, a tactical vest and many rounds of ammunition and multiple magazines to boot, Salomonsky said.

Along with that, they found several bags of marijuana, packed for resale, and a grinder.

Police arrested 49-year-old Kenneth Fennell White on two charges, possession of marijuana and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Also arrested was Terry Brown (22) for possession of drug paraphernalia, loitering and promoting prison contraband(?)

Mannequin Challange

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