Here's a pro tip for you all. If you're a wanted criminal, maybe don't announce yourself as the "strongest king" on League of Legends via a public internet café's speakers. Yet, that's exactly what one player did several days ago in the Chinese city of Chongqing.
As reported by Baijiahao, an off-duty rookie cop, Zhang Yihao, visited an internet café a week ago with several colleagues. Upon his return, the café in question announced the "strongest king" had arrived, something Kotaku confirms is a common occurrence in China.
League Of Legends Player Gets Arrested By Off-Duty Cop After Visiting Internet Café
Taking a look at this player out of curiosity, Yihao then realised the player matched a visual description for a case suspect, one he'd seen several days prior. Taking action to confirm this was the suspect, Yihao then alerted several on-duty officers, who soon arrested this player.
While it isn't subtitled for English audiences, you can watch the full video above of this incident, courtesy of Elephant News. It's a strange story and we'll keep you informed with further League of Legends news as we hear it.