17 Aug 2011

THINGS AREN'T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM.

Six female cleaners were arrested at Manila Airport, while dressed as nuns going to a religious convention. They were trying to get around a law banning workers from seeking jobs in the Middle East. Immigration officer Joel Valencia said "Their appearance aroused suspicion when we noticed one of them had red shoes and a colourful handbag."


A thief who tried to steal a valuable comic book was stopped ... by Spider-Man.
Adelaide shop owner Michael Baulderstone, 45, was wearing his outfit for a comic convention day. A group of customers dressed as Jedi Knights and The Flash also blocked the doors to stop the thief escaping.


Two escaped convicts baffled Argentinian police officers by disguising themselves as sheep. Maximiliano Pereyra, 25, and Ariel Diaz, 28, wore sheepskin fleeces and hid among flocks for months.






12 comments:

Lilly said...

Hahahaha! I can't believe someone would live dressed like sheep for months!

animewookie said...

What a story that thief will be able to tell his fellow inmates...lol

R. Ramesh said...

hahah i liked the title also..

NRIGirl said...

Ba ba fake sheep!

anilkurup said...

The Sister Act was childish.


The Argentinians how the hell? Dressed as sheep?

Sheepish officials !!!

Kelly said...

I smiled about the "nuns" arousing suspicion with their red shoes. Doesn't the Pope wear red Prada (or is it Gucci?) loafers?

naida said...

haha! I'd have to grab my camera if I saw Jedi Knights and The Flash catching a thief in real life.

Suko said...

That last story about the "sheep" is too ridiculous. Baaaaaaaaaa. . . .

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Ha ha. I like that spider man stopped the thieves. ;) Thanks for these cool stories.

Heather said...

Truth is definitely much stranger than fiction.

kavita said...

Haaaaa .Thanks for the laughs Tracy :)

Jenners said...

I love the Spiderman one!