July 3, 2002

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Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Glen Snow for sending in today’s report. From the International File in Bruno d’Asti, Italy comes the story of bozo Carlo Brunelli who held up a post office at gunpoint, fleeing with about $4300. Postal employees quickly locked the door after our bozo fled and watched in amazement as he got into his car, sat there for a moment and then ran back to the door of the post office. Finding it locked he began to shout for them to please let him in, as he’d left his car keys on the counter. Sorry, Carlo. He was still crying and begging to be let back in when the police arrived.