It's the story that will never go away. Back in 2006, NBC-15 reported on the Crichton Leprechaun -- now part of Mobile's folklore. And definitely something former NBC-15 anchor Scott Walker has lived with for years, even if only because the infamous video features him in the anchor chair.
In Pennsylvania this week, a cartoonish sketch that was hand drawn by a witness helped police catch an alleged thief.
And if that sketch looks familiar, it also looked mighty familiar to Scott Walker.
Remind you of anyone? https://t.co/J8e4ECGIzq— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker6) February 9, 2018
Which prompted a rather funny response...
So you’re off the hook??? pic.twitter.com/EPelLpp85o— Steven Albritton (@StevenAlbritton) February 9, 2018
In the event you don't know the story of the Crichton Leprechaun, which has drawn comments from national TV pundits like Bill O'Reilly, take a look at the story as it appears nearly a dozen years ago on NBC-15.
By the way, Scott Walker never went too far from here. He's an anchor at WDSU-TV in New Orleans.