Michigan police say they decorated jail cells with 'Stranger Things' spoilers

Posted at 7:56 AM, Nov 07, 2017

A Michigan police department says they will spoil what happens in "Stranger Things 2" for those who get arrested this week.

The East Lansing Police Department said they have taped "Stranger Things" spoilers all over the walls of the jail. East Lansing is the home of Michigan State University.

The popular Netflix show was released on Oct. 29 and has been binged by millions since. The first season in 2016 was Netflix's third most watched season of an original series to debut last year.

They tweeted out the statement, saying it's extra motivation not to end up in jail, with a GIF of popular character Eleven eating Eggo Waffles.