You cannot predict human behavior

We were recently sent on an investigation to determine if a person with an alleged back injury was on a bowling league. The individual was listed on a team roster but we felt he was merely a sub on the team. We set up surveillance on the night his team was scheduled to bowl. We made a decision to initiate surveillance at his employer instead of the bowling alley. He left work and drove directly to a fishing lake and was fishing for 2 hours. He was videotaped fishing for 2 hours and bending over effortlessly to grab items from his tackle box. He was also standing on rocky uneven surfaces around the lake. All of these were outside of his doctors restrictions. He eventually went home for the night and did not leave his residence. If we would have waited for him at the bowling alley we would have wasted our time and the clients. Kansas City private investigator Jeff J. McDonald