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The phrase “Stop right there criminal scum, pay the court a fine or serve your sentence, Your stolen goods are now forfeit” has many derivatives. The common usage of these is in situations where law enforcement might be considered desirable; e.g. when users are posting borderline content. The phrase is thus used frequently on sites like LawlForKids.com. In addition, there is some evidence that the phrase is used as an interruption-type meme.
“Stop right there criminal scum, pay the court a fine or serve your sentence, Your stolen goods are now forfeit” and other similar phrases are catchphrases derived from the sound files played when a player with a bounty is apprehended by a guard in the game “The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion”.
Many derivatives had been made on sites such as YouTube , generally involving footage from the game itself. Some notable examples include;
Imperial Guard Song
A Collection of Arrest Sound Files