Former WWE Star Val Venis had police officers called on him this week, after filming in a post office in Arizona without permission.
Venis intended to perform a 'First Amendment Audit': a test to see how government officials perform whilst being filmed. However, to film inside a post office, you must have expressed permission from the US Postal Service.
In his video, the former Intercontinental Champion is told to stop filming by employees, with one telling him she'll call the police if he doesn't.
The employees then locked up the business and closed the doors on Venis, as both parties waited for police.
When they arrived, the police had zero interaction with Val and eventually leave.
A representative from the Phoenix PD said that they had received several 7 calls over Monday and Tuesday related to Venis' behavior, including videotaping, harassing customers and refusing to leave.
On both days, however, 'the subject' was neither identified nor contacted by police as he was no longer on the property.
You can check out Venis' video below.