Someone still thinks this swatting thing is funny, apparently.
The home of Bruce and Kris Jenner is the latest celebrity abode to be affected by pranksters: The L.A. County Sheriff's Department's Malibu/Lost Hills Station confirms to E! News that it received what turned out to be a bogus report of a disturbance at a private residence in Hidden Hills.
"I love it when 8 police officers show up at my door and 10 cop cars are outside my house. just another casual Friday evening at the Jenner household. #nbd #EveryonesOk," Kendall tweeted. She also posted photos on Instagram of Bruce Jenner posing for pics with five sheriff's deputies (amid the madness, it probably looked like eight cops were on the scene), patrol cars lined up on the street and a helicopter circling above the house.
"kids are really stupid," Kendall added. "You know you can get arrested for something like this? #pointless lol."
Tweeted Kylie: "My neighbors officially think I'm crazy."
Big sis Kim, who touched down in the Ivory Coast capital of Abidjan today, was none too amused by the hoax, tweeting, "Just got a call from my mom telling me about this prank call that someone was shot in their home & 15 swat team & 3 helicopters showed up!"
"These prank calls are NOT funny!" she added. "People can get arrested for this! I hope they find out who is behind this. Its dangerous & not a joke!"
A young male, whose name and age were not released by authorities because he was a minor, was arrested last month in connection with similar pranks involving the homes of Justin Bieber and Ashton Kutcher.
The Lost Hills station said that deputies searched both the Jenners' and a neighbor's home and secured both locations, finding no evidence of any problems. A station rep also said that any reports stating that there were machine guns involved or that the Jenners' street was locked down are false.
—Reporting by Holly Passalaqua