3 16, 1998

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The Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File. From Ottawa, Canada comes the story of Bozo Albert Cox who walked into a branch of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and handed the teller a note demanding all the money in her register drawer. Unfortunately, the teller spoke only French and the note was in English, so she called over her co-workers to help with the note. Alarmed by the growing crowd, the bozo fled. He ran over to a taxi he had waiting around the corner and asked the driver to take him to a neighboring city. When the driver asked if he had enough money for such a long trip, the bozo checked his pockets and then admitted he couldn’t pay. The driver pulled over and called police who came by and arrested the bozo as he was trying to hail another cab.