Published: Wed, March 01, 2017
Global | By Maureen Mccoy

99-year-old woman locked up as part of her last wishes

She got in touch with police officers and explained her aunt wanted to tick "getting arrested" off her bucket list.

The post explained Annie was nearly 100 years old and had always wanted to "experience a police cell from within".

Officers at Nijmegen Zuid station, a town 75 miles south-east of Amsterdam, were moved by her story and helped her achieve "one of her last wishes".

For whatever reason, Annie just wanted to experience what it was like being in a police cell, according to the Nijmegan-Zuid Police Department's Facebook page.

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Bucket lists often comprise of items such as "climbing Mount Kilimanjaro", "skydiving", "riding a zip line" or even visiting all the countries of the world. "One thing led to another, and the result is a happy Annie, a ticked off bucket list and some very nice pictures", a police spokesperson told Inside Edition. "She couldn't look happier!"

The police force posted the pictures on Twitter, calling it "a day to never forget" and it all looked worth it to see that massive smile.

"This police awesome".

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