The missing pages of Bob Woolmer's autobiography have been found buried in a cricket pitch in Bermuda. Police immediately seized the pages in hope that it would shed some light on Woolmer's killer.
The pages were said by police to be 'Quite well written, showing a good flair for dialogue and a natural, easy sense of humour.'
However, the pages were not about scandals in cricket at all. They were in fact about the murdered Pakistan cricket coach's childhood school days. This has led police to begin investigating Woolmer's 3rd grade maths teacher after the book revealed he once "Gave me detention when I didn't hand in my homework."
Police would like to see the rest of the book after describing what they'd read so far as 'riveting'. They have conceded that 'it will be hard for the man to finish the book, which is a shame because the ending would have been nuts.'