July 12, 2002

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Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Mark Guthrie for sending in today’s report. From the International File in Springvale, Australia comes the story of bozo Walter Evans who hid inside a gift store at closing time, planning to clean out the place after everyone had gone home. The lights went out and our bozo went to work. He had collected quite a haul when he headed for the back door to let himself out only to discover that this store had no rear exit. No problem, he could always jimmy the front door, couldn’t he? Except for the fact that the shop had a rolling security gate on the front door that was locked up tight by the owner when he left. Trapped like a rat our bozo began to raise such a commotion that the shopkeeper next door called the cops. They gave him a helping hand with the aid of a ladder through a rooftop window. And then gave him a ride to jail.