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Wednesday, 19 February 2014

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Bolivian soldiers managed to capture one of the Peruvian bandits.

LA PAZ, Bolivia - The government of Bolivia has informed the government of Peru via a strongly worded text message that it will no longer put up with Peruvian bandits crossing into Bolivia.

President Montero Santa-Cantina of Bolivia told the members of the press that enough is enough. He pointed out that the Bolivian Intelligence Agency figures that just since the first of the year Peruvian bandits have crossed into Peru and rustled as many as 4,700 llamas.

Peruvian President Billy Fashionista replied that it is apparent that the members of the BIA do not know how to count very well.

President Fashionista spoke to the director of the Peruvian Intelligence Agency and he informed el presidente that the number is more like 16 and not 4,700.

He noted that of the 16, 14 were returned unharmed to Bolivia, 1 is in an animal hospital having a baby llama, and 1 ran away to Chile.

SIDENOTE: The United Nations has been informed of the situation and they will be sending a team of six U.N. investigators to investigate.

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