July 31, 2000

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Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File. From Brescia, Italy comes the story of bozo Fausto Messina who walked into the local bank carrying a sawn off shotgun. He approached the teller and demanded 10 million lire. Luck was not with him this day, as an off duty policeman happened to be in the bank at that very moment and he pulled the alarm, causing our bozo to panic, drop his weapon, and head for the door. And we told you it was not his lucky day. He got trapped in the entryway between the bank’s two front doors, which both automatically locked. He was trapped like a rat. Police officers soon released and arrested him.