Police in Massachusetts responded to reports of an armed robbery at a convenience store Tuesday night, only to find out it was a scene for an amateur film. College students Aamer Nazami, Pat Farrell and Josh McGlouflin were shooting a YouTube video revolving around a clerk who is new on the job and cannot open the register when a robber demands it. But things looked a little too real and the men were greeted by about 20 screaming police officers. Once things were sorted out, the students were free to go, but they were warned to notify police next time they’re thinking about staging a crime.