Written by Frank Krishner
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Friday, 10 June 2011

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New Delhi (India): Baba Rum-dev, india's celebrity contortionist has denied that he's Ba-ba-Black sheep, even though he's been trying to pull the wool over the eyes of his unsuspecting 'followers'.

Rum-dev, who recently air-dashed to Delhi to lead an agitation against corruption, suffered a spell of yoga-induced amnesia: he forgot his own exercses in extortion, misrepresentation, and canard.

After receiving the blunt end of the stick, when Delhi cops came to break up his 'fast', Rum-dev, nimble and quick, jumped off the stage, and then tried to sneak away dresed as a fat Punjabi woman.

He would have got away had not for the roving eye of a spirited Jat cop from Haryana been attracted to the comely figure with her head modestly covered. When he reached out to caress the poor 'woman' in an effort to console her, he was somewhat puzzled by the profuson of facial hair, that seemed to reach down to her chest.

"I have met Punjabi women who are a bit hirsuite in my time," he later told this correspondent, but I did think at the time that I hadn't seen a Punjabi woman with such a long beard in the thirty four year of my life."

Instead of blushing like a modest middle class woman, Rum-Dev bit the policeman's hand. This evidently led to his arrest.

Indian Prime-minister Man-oh-man Sing commented that Rum-dev's tragic flaw was that he habitually bit the hand that fed him.

Rum Dev is now sulking in his ashram at Hard-war.

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