Sunday, June 20, 2010

Man Caught Inside ATM Machine

   Police say an 18 year old male was attempting to steal from the machine.
According to Haverhill police, David Haskell cut a hole in the drywall above a Bank of America ATM, climbed into the back and was attempting to steal money from inside when an alarm sounded.
Investigators say cameras captured unusual movement around the machine and automatically alerted the police.
  According to Haverhill Deputy Police Chief Donald Thompson, deputies arrived on the scene to find the ATM shaking and thought someone might be stuck inside. When they opened the machine, Haskell smiled and crawled out. He was immediately arrested.

Bangladesh In The News

This guy makes it look so easy a skilled worker should always be appreciated

Moving Bricks

“A Libyan, a Swiss and a Bangladeshi were travelling by plane. After some time the Libyan put his hand out of the window and told the other two that they were currently flying over his country. ‘How do you know?’ they asked him. ‘My country is hot, and it’s hot outside’ he replied. The Swiss was next. He put his hand outside the window several hours later and said ‘we are now flying over Switzerland.’ ‘How can you tell?’ the other two asked. ‘Because my country is cold, and it’s freezing outside.’ Predictably, the third traveller next had his turn. ‘Not only can I tell you that we are passing over my country’ said the Bangladeshi, putting his hand out the window, ‘but I can tell you the exact location. We are currently just above Gulistan Bus Station.’ ‘That’s amazing’ said the other two, ‘how can you be sure?’ ‘Well,’ said the Bangladeshi ‘when I put my hand out I was wearing a watch and now it has gone.'“
  Gulistan is indeed a place where pickpockets operate efficiently, Only the skilled survive. Thieves caught are usually beaten to death. The police’s job is to collect and dispose of the body. Gulistan itself is wryly named. It’s a Persian word literally meaning “Rose Garden” but more famous as the title of one the best known Sufi love/mystical/religious poems. A name denoting peace and caring grace is therefore used to describe a place of battered buses, contentious conductors and crowds choking in the dust, diesel, and too many people in too small an area.

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