Cops ridiculed over EFIT showing “Dan Aykroyd from Coneheads”

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A COMPUTER-generated police mugshot has prompted hilarity on social media because of the suspect’s bald and pointy head.

Humberside Police released EFITs of two suspected drug dealers they are trying to track down.

But the image of the man on the right of the two pictures has gone viral for all the wrong reasons.

Kamel Fanee Rokyckyj joked under the post: “Isn’t that Dan Aykroyd when he played Mr conehead?”

James Wilson said: “I’m sure I’ve seen him on the right before. That’s it. ConeHeads.”

Users ridiculed the criminal comparing him to Dan Aykroyd  from Conehead, and KRyten from Red Dwarf
Users ridiculed the criminal comparing him to Dan Aykroyd from Conehead

David Ian Young added: “Humpty on the right has aged well”…

Steve Larn posted: “Looks like Kryten from Red Dwarf”.

Andy Osborne commented: “Is the one on the right a baddie from Golden Eye, a James Bond game, on the N64”.

Many others were unimpressed with either of the pictures, including Craig Burton who wrote: “Seen them on the game Guess Who”.

Craig Cutler said: “My Sega megadrive had better graphics than this”.

Anthony Durand commented: “I think I saw them on my old mate’s Xbox 360”.

The EFI was questioned around its picture quality, which was worse than a N64 console
The EFI was questioned around its quality, with users arguing it was worse than a N64 console

One user even compared the two to British boxing legend Tyson Fury and fugitive wiki-leaks founder Julian Assange

He joked: “I didn’t even know Julian Assange knew Tyson Fury, much less they were selling drugs in Grimsby.”

The force shared the images yesterday with the caption: “We are appealing for your help to identify two men shown in these EFITs.

“The pair are wanted in connection with drugs related offences in the Grimsby area. If you can ID either or both of these men please call us on 101 quoting reference 16/47167/18.”

A spokeswoman for Humberside Police said: “We understand that EFITs, because of being electronically produced, often attract some colourful comments.

“They do however have a very important role and can help to identify suspects.”

“In relation to the two images we released on Wednesday we have had a number of people calling into identify the men in the pictured – officers involved in the investigation are following up on the information provided.”

Users mercilessly trolled the criminals as a result of the computer generated image
Users mercilessly trolled the criminals as a result of the computer generated image

Last week, West Midlands police released a real picture of a bungling drug-dealer who was mercilessly ridiculed online for his egg shaped head.

Many users made many egg related puns about Aadil Nazir, 24, from Birmingham under the post, including the suggestion he was dealing “eggstasy“.

He was sentenced on January 25 for six years and eight months for his involvement in supplying crack cocaine and cocaine”.

A spokeswoman for Humberside Police said: “We understand that EFITs, because of being electronically produced, often attract some colourful comments.

“They do however have a very important role and can help to identify suspects.”

“In relation to the two images we released on Wednesday we have had a number of people calling into identify the men in the pictured – officers involved in the investigation are following up on the information provided.”

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