Oh hell nah!
So, a Houston, Texas man claims seven U.S. Marshals armed with automatic weapons arrested him for not paying a $1,500 student loan from three decades ago.
According to the NY Daily News, Paul Aker said he was surprised at his Houston home on Thursday by seven people in combat gear.
"They grabbed me, they threw me down," the 48-year-old Aker told the Daily News on Tuesday. "Local PD is just standing there."
Aker said he didn't receive any notice or warning about the loan, which he received in 1987 at Prairie View A&M University.
He said he noticied a suspicious truck in front of his house on Thursday morning, and when someone approached, he ran back into the house. Later that morning, a bunch of armed Marshals with combat weapons showed up at his door.
"I say, 'What is this all about?'" Aker told The News. "They say, 'Shut up, you know what this is all about.' I don't have a clue."
When Aker continued to ask, they continued to say "you know what this is all about," he said.
[Source: NY Daily News]Sooo..Peeps out here getting arrested for not paying their student loans, shits getting REAL!— Ooooooo La La! (@OooLaLaBlog) February 17, 2016
I might need to dipset to another country ✌🏃💨
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