So, this actually happened in Pennsylvania this week...
When a receptionist from an Ambridge doctor's office phoned to remind student Travis Clawson that he had an upcoming appointment, the call went to voicemail.
No biggie, right?
Except the receptionist heard the words "shooting" and "school" on the message… which led her to contact the police… who notified school officials… who instituted a lockdown of every school in the country.
After 20 minutes, Clawson was finally tracked down in the guidance office and it was determined that the receptionist simply heard the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song on his voicemail, which refers to "shooting some ball outside of the school."
Police Chief James Mann and District Attorney Anthony Berosh both spoke to Clawson and cleared up the issue.
No charges will be pressed and we can only presume, with the situation hilariously resolved, that all parties then returned to chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool...