Tuesday, November 10, 2015

An Australian man, who is reportedly an avid hunter, was found with a 7-inch
hunting knife as part of a prank.
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What do you get when a
man is detained at an airport with a large hunting knife and a bunch of
kidnapping notes? In this case, you get a bachelor party prank gone wrong.
"An
unnamed 25-year-old Australian was held at Gatwick Airport outside London
after landing on a flight from Dusseldorf, Germany.
He was found with a 7-inch
hunting knife — U.K.
laws allow only up to 3 inches — and notes
on how best to kidnap someone.

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After questioning him, airport police found out it was all just a
prank to "kidnap" the groom-to-be.
"The man appeared to be very bewildered and
embarrassed," Sargent Darren Taylor told the Daily Mail.
"He also had the
knife because he is a keen hunter and wasn"t aware of U.K.
laws in regards to
having it.
He signed that over and it was seized."We"re guessing the man who
was detained will choose a less suspicious (and less sharp) gag for his next
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An
Australian man, who is reportedly an avid hunter, was found with a 7-inch
hunting knife as part of a prank.
In this case, you get a bachelor party prank
gone wrong.
  An unnamed 25-year-old Australian was held at Gatwick Airport
outside London after landing on a flight from Dusseldorf, Germany.
He was
found with a 7-inch hunting knife — U.K.
laws allow only up to 3 inches —
and notes on how best to kidnap someone.
"The man appeared to be very
bewildered and embarrassed," Sargent Darren Taylor told the Daily Mail..An
Australian man, who is reportedly an avid hunter, was found with a 7-inch
hunting knife as part of a prank.
In this case, you get a bachelor party prank
gone wrong.
  An unnamed 25-year-old Australian was held at Gatwick Airport
outside London after landing on a flight from Dusseldorf, Germany.
He was
found with a 7-inch hunting knife — U.K.
laws allow only up to 3 inches —
and notes on how best to kidnap someone.
"The man appeared to be very
bewildered and embarrassed," Sargent Darren Taylor told the Daily Mail.

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