Come on, guys.
In case you missed it, on Panic! At The Disco's most recent North American tour they hosted a special fan VIP experience which involved a curated museum called 'House Of Memories'.
The museum was made up of a whole lot of important memorabilia, dating back to day one of Panic! At The Disco, all pulled from the private collections of Brendon Urie and long-time road manager and best friend Zack Hall.
Items like one-off polaroids, awards and props from music videos were all on display for fans, every night of the tour.
But some fans had to ruin it for everyone. Zack, the person who hosts the House Of Memories segment of the VIP experience, took to Twitter last month to share that someone had stolen a priceless polaroid from the exhibit.
An extra special fuck you to the person that stole the Polaroid from one of my HOM cases today. I took that photo of Brendon and Ryan when we were out to dinner in 2007. This really bums me out.— zackcloudhall (@ZackCloudHall) 15 August 2018
But it managed to find its way back to him, somehow...
Update: the picture was oddly returned to me. I don’t fully understand but I don’t need to. Thank you to the person who got it back to me. Guys I want to share all of this stuff with you that I have held onto over the years but you make it so hard when you keep taking it from me.— zackcloudhall (@ZackCloudHall) August 15, 2018
Over the course of the rest of the tour though, more items went missing. Items including the robe that Brendon wears in the 'Victorious' video, and an award won by Panic! At The Disco.
While it was hoped that these items would be returned by posting them to Brendon's P.O. Box, Zack has taken to Twitter overnight to share that sadly, neither of the pieces have been returned.
If you happen to come across either of these pieces and want to make Brendon and Zack very very happy, you can send them to Brendon's P.O. Box:
901 N Fairfax Ave.
#176 Los Angeles