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Elderly Wisconsin woman calls cops to report she heard neighbors chanting ‘ISIS is good, ISIS is great’ during sex

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An elderly Wisconsin woman called police Sunday night after she claimed her neighbors were expressing their support for terrorists during an intimate moment.

The 82-year-old woman, whose name was not released, told officers she heard her neighbors chanting, “ISIS is good, ISIS is great,” while having sex, reported WDJT-TV.

The claims apparently turned out to be unfounded and no arrests were made in the case, but police told the woman to call back if she heard the chanting again.

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The TV station reached out to Brown Deer’s police chief for additional details, and he replied with a wisecrack.

The station’s tweet reporting the incident has been shared hundreds of times — and many Twitter users speculated about what might have actually happened.

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