January 31, 2007

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Bozo criminal for today proves that the old "Practice makes perfect" theory doesn’t work in the Bozo World. From Brooklyn, New York comes the story of bozo Clenzo Turner who held up a bank and got $2300 in cash only to have the dye pack explode in his face. He escaped, only to return to the same bank just two days later. Going to a different teller this time, he again demanded cash. He received $1700 and made it to a waiting taxi cab before the dye pack exploded. He should have quit while he was ahead. This time, he left behind a fingerprint which led to his arrest.