Police in Boston had a call so interesting last week, that they had to share.

At 10:45pm, officers patrolling the South District received a call over the radio to the MBTA Forest Hills Station for an "unknown problem."

When they arrived, they were met by a 20-year-old female who told them she was on the Orange Line when a man sat down across from her.

She described him as "all black attire and wearing a mask, covering his entire face, and had his hood on with the drawstring pulled tightly around his face."

The woman stated the male typed a message on his phone, and extended his arm across the train car to show her the message, which read "I am Satan."

He reportedly stared intently at her, scaring her enough to find the police and point out the man.

When officers stopped the male, 22, to ask about why he behaved the way he did, he claimed he was only "flirting with her and trying to be funny," and said "I was going to try and get her number."

The officers kindly explained that his attempt was not a good way to pick up women, and in fact, has the opposite effect.

Police escorted the woman to her next location, and the male was told to leave the station.

Read more at MBTA Transit Police 

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