Scottish authorities are currently on the look-out for a man dressed in a "Jesus" costume who's alleged to have attacked revelers at a Halloween party this week. The Christian Messiah stands accused of assaulting a "Jedi Knight" in the early hours of Wednesday, leaving the Star Wars hero with a broken ankle.
Police describe their fugitive as a man in his "mid-20s, 5ft ten, with a medium build, long brown hair "a beard and long robes" – best known as Jesus of Nazareth. He's understood to have punched the Jedi in the face after a party at the Dundee University Student Association building on theSmalls Wynd area of the city.
The victim reportedly fell to the ground, broke his ankle and was later taken to the hospital for medical treatment.
BBC News just reported that a man dressed as a Jedi Knight broke his ankle being attacked by a man in a Jesus costume, and that’s so 2017— Frances loves Kat (@ALightwood_Bane) November 3, 2017
Inter-religious violence alive and well in Dundee. https://t.co/Z3eDQRNGf8— Michael Rosie (@rosie_michael) November 3, 2017
Never change Scotland, never change. https://t.co/zIHsGMEaJw— Dan Cancian (@dan_cancian) November 3, 2017
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: "If you have any information that can help our inquiry, please call 101. Information can be given anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111."
"Our reference is CR/28667/17."