Sh*t Happens eh!
A NZ bank robber who stashed the NZ$2,000 proceeds of a heist up his tradesman's entrance was fingered by "rustling sounds" from his "bottom area", the Southland Times reports. Michael Geoffrey Linn, 36, unemployed, yesterday admitted in the Alexandra District Court to robbing the Cromwell branch of the Bank of New Zealand on …
Do we presume he had a change of clothing with him, or was he nicked in the nude? In which case, the police officers should have been able to spot the cash rather sooner than they did.
Presumably now his troubles are over, as he will be vacationing for a couple of years at taxpayers' expense.
But that crisp new NZ currency did not deserve to die.
I just have a rich diet.
So thats where I put my inheritance.
I'm a stripper it and this was a tip.
So you snort coke the other end, that's what I've been doing wrong all these years.
Well I had to put it somewhere I took all my clothes off and burned them.
I really do shit money.
I offered the money to a pretty girl and she told me where to put it.
I'm innocent I tell you, innocent!
Sorry? nah, ambiguity is the meat of the Reg readers (no, not knob meat, cow meat). It sure gives 'piles of money' a different meaning.
Still it was a great crack for a while but got a bum deal out of it in the end.
Still, not many would have had the cheek, though it's an ill wind etc.we tc.
"Would sir like to leave a small something as a deposit"
Innuendo - why does it always sound as if it means something else?
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