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Tuesday, 5 February 2013

The 34-minute long power outage during yesterday's Super Bowl game may have been the work of Amish radicals, say police. "We have witnesses who saw a couple of guys in a horse-drawn buggy with a triangular reflector on the back force their way into the stadium's electrical room," said Lt. Dumpling Shroud of the New Orleans Police Department. "Word has it these guys don't like electricity," she added.

Although no one was seriously injured, police say several players were poked in the eye as they fumbled around in the dark with their arms outstretched.

The suspects, who were not captured, are both described by police as white males approximately 35 years old with a chin beards, wearing white shirts with suspenders and broad-brimmed straw hats with a black band. "One of them might go by the name "Amos," Shroud said.

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