Skooter reporting 09/02/12
Ifwould borrow your DVD’s, don't let him, he isn't going to return them, At least that’s what a Los Angeles-based movie shop claimed.
After doing everything legal and business ethic ways failed, Old Bank DVD opted to mocking Cage on Facebook, eager to get the actor's attention. Employees have posted photos displaying Cage's face put on top on other peoples' bodies from wrestler Andre the Giant to Demi Moore's famous "Vanity Fair" cove
Employees wrote that they’re going to keep posting these until they get their DVD's returned. Adding, "Share this and hopefully in six degrees of Facebook separation kinda way we'll finally get 'em back."
Cage owes $224.48 in late fees for two movies he rented in April - "A Star is Born" and "The King of Comedy,” according to TMZ.
The Facebook bombs might in fact help Old Bank DVD put an end to its grumble with the "Leaving Las Vegas" actor, as someone who lives near Cage tried to hunt him down after learning about the situation.