Flash Mob Teens Met By Flash Mob Police Dogs

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 2 August 2012

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One of the six police dogs that was turned loose on the flash mob in the shirt shop.

HACKENSACK, New Jersey - A group of about 20 teenagers who went into Stefano Silvestri's Shirt Shop got the surprise of their young lives.

The teens thought that they could just barge in and help themselves to whatever shirts they wanted free of charge.

Well as soon as they entered the store, the owner, Stefano Silvestri pushed a button that set off a silent alarm and within two minutes half a dozen police officers arrived with half a dozen police dogs.

As soon as the officers entered the store, Silvestri hit a button locking the front door and the officers then turned the dogs loose.

One of the officers identified as HPD Officer Gino Maraschino [Badge #73714] stated that the last time he heard so much screaming, yelling, and hollering was at a New York Rangers - Philadelphia Flyers hockey match.

After about 45 seconds the officers called off their dogs. And Silvestri said that he heard at least 15 of the flash mobbers say "Thank you."

All 20 teens were arrested and charged with unlawful shopping, disturbing the peace, inciting a riot, and ipso merchandise damaging.

Officer Maraschino stated that each teen will be put in jail under a $2,000 bond and if and when he or she dares to commit another flash mob incident he or she will be fined $8,000 and locked up for four weeks.

In Other News. David Letterman recently revealed to Sangria Wine with TV ClickerWorld that the gap between his teeth has gotten a lot bigger and that he can now actually fit two standard-sized drinking straws through the gap.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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