Yesterday, a NJ high school was a little freaked out when a man walked into the office and asked to enroll as a student. Apparently Garry Marshall didn't pull any strings in advance.

According to the Star-Ledger, Carlson Walden told employees at Dayton High School in Springfield, NJ that "his name was Jason Burns and said he was interested in enrolling... School officials were concerned, because the 6-foot-1, 265-pound man before them was clearly not a young teenager, police said. To avoid conflict, they handed Walden a packet of enrollment forms and told him to have his parents fill them out."

The school alerted the police, who found Walden on a street and arrested him after they found that he had "outstanding warrants from traffic tickets in Andover and Sparta." It's unclear why he was trying to enroll in the high school, but authorities are still investigating.