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August 27, 2013

WHO SAYS ROMANCE IS DEAD?

Man arrested for stealing 200 bicycle seats for their 'scent of a woman'

(Thanks to Ted G.)

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"That last question you asked about knowing anythnng about licking stolen property seems to have broken the polygraph's ability to comprehend."

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They should have left a woman's bike around with a mess of superglue on the seat.

Some group will soon be calling this a Constitutional Right.

Wait, this is illegal? Oh dear.

Thank goodness Frank Slade will never see this story.

Wasn't there a terrible movie about capturing the scent of a woman? I don't remember the bit about bicycles.

The band known as "The Tuff Darts" played a song called "Phone Booth Man." One of the lyrics went "I love the smell of a hot, sweaty bicycle seat." Perhaps this guy was a fan.

Send him to NYC, and he can take his pick from among the BloomBikes.

(The term BloomBike is a trademark of Omnicorp international when used to refer to an imbecilic public transit program. World rights reserved.)

Strangely enough, he's still single...

Crime of the scentury.

When I was still at school we called a guy who smelled girl's bycycle seats a gumf. Yes, we had a name for it, so obviously the activity was quite common.

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