And finally… poor homme
Police officers resolved a “perfume miscommunication” after a man reported that he was threatened with a gun after complimenting a woman’s perfume.
The man called police to a restaurant in Ontario, Canada and said he had tried to start a conversation with the woman by complimenting her perfume, at which point she told him that she had a gun.
“When officers spoke to the female, she provided a VERY different account of the events,” the force said. The woman explained that her perfume was called ‘Juliette Has A Gun’.
Police said they were “able to confirm her story with restaurant staff and a quick Google search”.
Juliette Has A Gun is a Parisian perfume house founded in 2006 by French perfumer Romano Ricci, great-grandson of Nina Ricci.
The incident was “resolved peacefully” and police helped the man return home safely.