The Night King from game of Thrones he already made his mark on the final season with a terrifying, gruesome and bloody display just south of The Wall, but it seems like he's got bigger problems than dragons and winterfell.

Norwegian Police have caught up with the HBO series' villain and have chucked him in cuffs and a cell.

Credit: Politiet i Trondheim / Facebook
Credit: Politiet i Trondheim / Facebook

Better tell Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryan to call off the war because the cops up in Scandinavia have helped avoid mass catastrophe.

Writing on Facebook, police said: "Complaints include animal cruelty and property damage, as well as threats to lay vast areas of land desolate.

"Our night watch has now appealed to the man to determine any further criminal activity on his behalf."

Thank the Lord of Light; everyone in Westeros can rest easy now.

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Credit: Politiet i Trondheim / Facebook

If he really What the Night King hehe just break out and lay siege to everyone in Norway.

The pictures have gone completely viral, with the original post being liked more than 34,000 times and shared by four thousand people.

There's no denying that 'Wall' moment at the end of Season Seven was one of the biggest of the whole series. It made the Walkers were indeed heading south and pretty much everyone in the Seven Kingdoms was stuffed.


We now know one of the most northern towns in Westeros and killed everyone there. Safe to say it is one of the scariest moments in the whole series.

Jon Snow, who is dismissed in a horrific pattern on the wall.

Just when you think he's a goner, his eyes open and they're blue and he's a horrific sound.

Thankfully the lads set fire on it, but audiences were still trying to pick up all the spilled popcorn at that moment.

HBO has already dropped the trailer for next week's episode and it looks set to be a doozy with Dany coming face to face with Jamie properly for the first time. That's set to be an awkward encounter – let's hope it plays out for the Kingslayer.

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