Page Six: Cop Pens Tribute to Foreigner in Police Report
A German police officer was such a fan of Foreigner, he wrote a report containing 10 song titles after a scuffle broke out at a concert.
On Tuesday, Foreigner played a show in Mainz, when fans started fighting.
So police spokesman Achim Hansen decided to issue the police report using Foreigner album and song titles, reported Stern magazine.
He couldn’t attend the concert, so this was his way of paying homage.
A translation reads, “In the ‘Unusual Heat’ yesterday evening in the ‘Moonlight,’ three of the Foreigners got too close. According to ‘Inside Information,’ two of the three became the ‘Agent Provocateur’ because of their dancing and inflicted ‘Head Games’ and other injuries when one of the spectators felt provoked by their intemperate dancing. After all involved insisted on their ‘Can’t Slow Down,’ it became ‘Urgent’ to call police, who in turn called the ambulance. The injuries were cooled down with a pack of ‘Cold as Ice’ to prevent the injured from sustaining ‘Double Vision’ … It is unknown whether the combatants sang ‘I Want To Know What Love Is’ in unison.”