It's the rozzers! Scarper!
Video game characters do an awful lot of illegal stuff when you think about it. It's common practice to try smashing anything and everything you see in a game, just to see if it breaks. If it does break, it's probably got something useful inside. It's very rare that anyone in the game actually complains, let alone calls the police.
But what if they did? What if game characters were forced to come quietly? Well, that's what we're about to find out. Please place your hands on the mouse button and click through the galley. Slowly, wise guy. Keep your hands where I can see 'em...
Link from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker
B.D. Joe from Crazy Taxi
Aiden Pierce from Watch Dogs
Mario from Super Mario Bros.
Dovahkiin from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
What seems to be the problem, officer?
Did you enjoy that? Glad it wasn't real? Pac-Man is. Ah, Pac-Man. How many more times will the same joke sustain a whole slide in a GamesRadar gallery? Look out for it appearing in 'Game Characters who spoil their five-a-day with non-prescription drugs' and 'What's the deal with those pills in Pac-Man, anyway?' on a website near you very soon.
And if you're looking for more, check out the genuinely, really, honestly, totally different Video game characters' criminal records and Video game characters' complaints at the doctor's surgery.