First off, imagine the chaos. People would be staring, pointing, and probably posting about it on social media faster than you can say “Hell-o!” But would Satan be arrested on the spot? Well, it’s not as cut and dried as you might think.
You see, our legal system tends to frown upon arresting someone solely for their appearance or reputation. Sure, Satan’s got that whole “fiery pits of torment” thing going for him, but he’s also got some pretty slick lawyers down there. They’d likely argue that he’s just exercising his right to a brisk constitutional (pun intended) walk.
Now, if Satan started causing mayhem—turning parking meters into snakes, summoning hellfire in the crosswalks, or tempting innocent passersby with irresistible deals on their souls—then the authorities might have a case. But hey, it’s all a matter of evidence and due process, right?
The police, of course, would be in a bit of a conundrum. How do you handcuff a guy with flaming horns and a pitchfork? Do they read him his rights or just chant some exorcism spells instead? It’s all very confusing.
And let’s not forget the moral dilemma. Should you arrest Satan, or just give him a stern warning and maybe recommend a good therapist? After all, even the Prince of Darkness needs to work through his issues from time to time.
In the end, it’s safe to say that if Satan took a stroll down Main Street, the situation would be more surreal than a Dali painting. Arrested or not, it’d be one heck of a show. But, thankfully, the chances of such an encounter remain about as likely as winning the lottery, finding a four-leaf clover, and seeing a unicorn all on the same day. So until that day comes, keep your pitchforks, holy water, and legal textbooks handy, just in case.