Richard III revamp at Bosworth Battle...

Richard III revamp at Bosworth Battlefield while Cathedral tomb plans get approval

There are 1 comment on the Hinckley Times story from Apr 6, 2014, titled Richard III revamp at Bosworth Battlefield while Cathedral tomb plans get approval. In it, Hinckley Times reports that:

The thief went into the Carphone Warehouse shop on Friday around 11am singing "low cost phones" repeatedly before threatening staff and an elderly customer, grabbing eight phones and walking out of the store The fledgling club, which came into being after the demise of Hinckley United with crippling debts last October, now have a Step 5 facility ... (more)

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Charlie Goodbadger

Old Lyme, CT

#1 Apr 6, 2014
Just today wondering if the Topix moderator is hugely asleep at the wheel as always, and then the above headline and summary appeared and my question was answered with a reassuring yes. The actual story, should you click on it, is a year old and as such is deader than Ricardo III. But the summary, above, is some sort of surrealist classic. I really wish I had been able to click the "more" following the summary. Was the thief who sang "low cost phones" and who said "ni" to an elderly customer a member of the 5-step program of bankrupt Hinkley United?

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