It's always fun with local companies and agencies have some fun with their social media accounts. It shows a comedic side that is often needed in a world of bad news and gloomy timelines on social media.

The West Seneca Police Department is the best in Western New York at having some fun with their social media accounts. Over the last several years, the West Seneca PD has made some amazing Facebook and Twitter posts that show off their comedy, and leads many to wonder who is controlling their social media?

One of their funniest posts came on Sunday.

The West Seneca Police Department posted about a huge water main break that occurred on Indian Church Road, between Burch and Harlem. The road is closed, as crews work to repair it.

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The West Seneca Police Department took the chance to have the Loch Ness Monster itself, swimming through the newly formed lake on Indian Church Road.

Check out the photos below.

It looks similar to the "surgeon's photo," which showed what appeared to be the Loch Ness Monster, but was later proved to be a fake; just a small replica of the Loch Ness Monster's shape.

Obviously, the Loch Ness Monster is a legend, and no scientific evidence has been found of the monster living in Loch Ness in Scotland, but I guess you just had to look to West Seneca, NY to find the creature's whereabouts!

The West Seneca Police Department is keeping us entertained, as always.

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