After being on the run for over a year, a man wanted for murder in Sweden sought to turn himself over to authorities in Malmö, but was told by officers he would need to go elsewhere because the station was closed.
But, much to his chagrin, Hadri was told over an intercom that the station was closed, and he would have to go to a different police station to turn himself in.
Hadri says he came back because he wanted to defend himself against allegations that he killed Bröderskapet Wolfpack gang leader Alex Ghara Mohammadi.
His involvement in the so-called "taxi murder" is highly suspected as he was the former owner of the taxi depot where Mohammadi was shot.
He ultimately did as instructed and turned himself in at a different police station.