November 6, 2002

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Bozo criminals for today aren’t crooks in the purest sense, but they certainly qualify as bozos. From the International File in Naples, Italy comes the story of Giovanni Capriello and Francesco Meilo who walked into a bank, one carrying a rifle and the other toting a large sack. Of course this attracted the attention of security guards and when our bozos refused to give up their weapon, police were called. Upon further investigation, it was found that the sack contained a large amount of cash. Our bozos explained that they armed themselves to make sure that the money, the day’s take from their shop, got deposited into the bank safely. Haven’t they heard of Brinks Armored in Italy? They were arrested for entering a bank with a firearm.