Source Pravda.Ru

Peasants of Uganda caught Bin Laden

A crowd of Ugandan peasants rushed to the building of the police station in the town of Lvakhakha, which borders on Kenya, and asked for $25 million – the money, which was promised for catching Bin Laden.

The prime suspect was handed over to the hands of justice. It became known after the investigation that unlucky peasants delivered mentally unbalanced Omaris Karim to the authorities. They were confused about two things: his fair complexion and long grizzly beard. Police officers said that Karim came from Asia, that is why his appearance was so different from what is considered to be common amid Ugandan peasants. Karim was released in the end and taken to asylum.

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