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New South Wales police have worked for ten hours, with calls to the Australian Federal Police and bomb disposal experts in the UK, to free a Sydney girl from what was believed to be an explosive. The ordeal for Mosman 18-year-old schoolgirl Madeleine Pulver began when a balaclava-clad intruder broke into the family home and …

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it all sounds like a cross between

Battle Royale and Saw. Anyway. and forgive my glibness, it sounded, on the whole, a lot more like attention seeking behaviour than a serious threat.

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sorry if I've offended

I'm not insensitive to the girl or her family. I'm really just dumbfounded by the sheer bizarreness of the story. Still, I guess the downvotes were to be expected.

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Collar bomb

Reminds me of this case from a few years ago where a pizza delivery man was forced to rob a bank wearing a collar bomb which later exploded, though the pollice would not believe his story:

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,96109,00.html

Somewhere there's a video of it online.

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Don't blame the child ......

Wow. Who'd have thought that selling snake oil on the net rated it being so third party dangerous. The world is full of crazy people, indeed, in need of care and attention, and detention too whenever APT.

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Maybe it's a publicity stunt?

Maybe it's a publicity stunt?

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if it is...

...it'll be to kickstart her modelling career (having pics with the article would make this statement easier to understand).

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You could be right, AC ....

..... with it being a cynical perverse exercise in self promotion leading to a criminal waste of police and media time and effort ...... http://www.madeleinepulver.com/

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Something about the whole episode

..seems very fishy.

Talking of food, she does seem tasty too, anyone know how to get a date with her?

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advice

I'd caution any potential Romeos against giving gifts of necklaces, material ones or otherwise ;-)

Paris, well we know she likes Pearls

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Traps Save Boobies from Alleged Booby Trap

there, fixed that for you :-)

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clickthrough harvest?

@amanfrommars. That registrant also seems to run http://www.ChristinaHendricksGallery.com. And a number of other websites, if the whois is to believed. IP's trace to the states. as does the nameservers ns1.wryall.com and ns2.wryall.com

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