Chances are when former Modern Warfare developer Robert Bowling woke up yesterday morning, he didn't anticipate being raided by the police but that's exactly what happened at his new studio Robotoki, when they got a surprise visit from the LAPD - guns drawn.
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Thankfully, the unplanned visit from the LAPD was the result of a simple mistake and nobody was hurt in the experience. As he was leaving the office, an unnamed Robotoki developer pressed the studio's 'panic button' by mistake, unsure of the button's purpose. The button is in place to protect the studio's employees in the event of an emergency and thankfully the LAPD was quick to respond to the 'crisis'.
All's well that ends well, however, as Bowling cleared things up with the officers after reviewing security footage but it did get risky when police spotted the life-like statue of Simon 'Ghost' Riley, a gun-wielding character from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.