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Everyone’s chiming in about the brutal no-call that changed the outcome of the NFC Championship Game between the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints.

Hulk Hogan made it clear where he stands. Rams running back Todd Gurley all but thanked the refs in a hilarious Instagram post.

Heck, Nickell Robey-Coleman admitted after the game he got away with one, and the NFL has admitted the refs blew the call.

None of that will act as a salve on the still-fresh wound for the Saints or their fans. A highway sign on a Louisiana causeway after the game which read “We were robbed” perfectly encapsulated how they’re all feeling.

Responding to that sign, the Los Angeles Police Department brutally trolled the Saints and their fans on Sunday night on Twitter.

“Sounds like our friends at might be dealing with some robbery complaints after the Rams⁠ ⁠defeated the Saints. We would help investigate but A) it’s outside our jurisdiction, and B) we just don’t see enough evidence of a crime.”

Talk about pouring salt on the wound.