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Wildest Excuse, she believes it...
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tacon1    Posted 01-10-2005 at 14:41:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
A cab driver from the city of La Plata told his wife that he was abducted by a "Flying Saucer". His wife filed a report and the Justice Department and Police intervened.

The excuse offered by a taxi driver from La Plata may soon go into the Guinness Book of Records as the wildest in the world.

It all started yesterday morning, when a desperate woman appeared at the 6th Sheriff's Office of the provincial capital to report that her husband had been abducted by aliens traveling aboard a UFO. This prompted the intervention of a judge, a district prosecutor and the Police.

After several searches and hours of anguish, the wife appeared before the authorities and claimed to have solved the case: "He phoned me from Quilmes and told me had been taken by a flying saucer."

In this way theft or kidnapping by "Earthlings" was discarded as a possibility.

According to the woman, this is not the first time that her husband has experienced these intergalactic abductions: the cabbie has vanished on several occasions and when he appears, he claims to have been abducted by flying saucers.

Strangest of all is that when he returns home from his space odysseys, his breath smells of wine. This eventually led the wife to suspect that the aliens have their base of operations in some wine cellar in the province of Mendoza.

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