April 11, 2002

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Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Howard Rost for sending in today’s report. From Cleveland, Ohio comes the story of bozo Jesus Ortega who had just pulled off a successful bank robbery. Now he was faced with the question of what to do with his cash. Three bags of it in small bills. He decided to go to another bank and open up a savings account. He slipped up when he told the teller he was homeless and unemployed and the cash was donated to him. The suspicious teller called the cops who identified him as the thief. He assured his place in the Bozo Hall of Fame when, as the cops were leading him out, he shouted back to the teller and asked her what interest rate he would be getting.