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July 10, 2019

THESE SUSPECTS TODAY

The suspect hid to avoid police, but apparently let out a fart so loudly, it gave up their hiding spot.

(Thanks to Al Barkafski, Steven Pudlo, Michael Parry, pharmaross, Jim Kenaston, Ann, Ron Henzel, Peggy, Peter Metrinko, Jeff Meyerson, DaninDallas and Unholy Slacker)

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I expect their lawyer to raise a stink in court.

"These are not my drugs and that is not my fart," he was overheard telling police as they handcuffed him.

Thankfully he wasn't hiding toward the back of the geezer bus.

The local Taco Bell will be named the Corporate Police Partner of the Month.

The cops had difficulty getting him in handcuffs. He kept waving his arms and yelling, "Pull my finger."

Fleeing Flatulent Felon Fart Fail!

In addition to bullet-proof vests, gas masks are now standard protective equipment for the police department.

Way to go, Vladimir.

(Vladimir Pootin', get it?)

This will feature prominently in a new marketing campaign for Beano.

Soon to be a straight-to-video horror flick tentatively titled, “The Telltale Fart.”

WTG Skeeter!

That was the break (wind) in the case they were looking for.

Reminds me of the classic Ron White line:

"I had the right to remain silent, but I didn't have the ability!"

The wind is strong with this one.

"I fart in your general direction."

Great comments! Sometimes, I just like to come here and listen to you guy shoot the FeBreeze.

I wonder how long he'll be in the can.

Hold the beans next time

I trust Dave isn't overly disturbed by the fact that so many of us gravitated to this story. They say that great minds think alike, though I'm sure most juvenile minds do as well. So it goes...

Jim, Good point but I'd say we "wafted" to this story.

Crime Stoppers gave Taco Bell a reward for their assistance in apprehending the suspect.

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