November 29, 1999

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Thanks to several Bozo News Hawks who found this one in Ann Landers’ column last week. From Newark, New Jersey comes the story of Bozo Charles Swain who successfully stole a car. Then his troubles began. He stopped at a convenience store to grab himself something cold to drink. When he came back out to his car, he noticed he had locked his keys inside. So he did what any bozo would do when locked out of his stolen car. He called the police to come by and help him get back in. The cops arrived, checked the car’s license plates and arrested our bozo.