Published: Wed, March 01, 2017
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Dutch woman arrested to fulfill bucket list

The Dutch woman, Annie, was pictured with a beaming smile inside a cell at a police station.

Annie was escorted into the prison in Nijmegen Zuid, which lies 75 miles south east of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, in order to complete one of her last wishes.

The second picture is a close up of Annie in handcuffs.

An elderly woman from the Netherlands spent some time in the big house and crossed an item off her bucket list.

The woman, identified only as "Annie", explained to her niece that getting booked and jailed was something she always wanted, Huffington Post reports.

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Some bucket lists might include travel or skydiving.

"(An officer) chose to look into the possibility to grant her request", a police spokesperson tells

"[An officer] made a decision to look into the possibility to grant her request".

The force shared pictures of Annie's stay on its Facebook page. "We don't know why it was on her bucket list".

"This police department is awesome", comments Sue Marie on Facebook.

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