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Too weird: buy a poodle – get a sheep

April 26th 2007 in Uncategorized

Just what does this say about Japan’s education standards, at least when it comes to what is a sheep, and what is a dog…

Thousands of Japanese have been swindled in a scam in which they were sold Australian and British sheep and told they were poodles.

The scam was uncovered when Japanese film star Maiko Kawamaki went on a talk-show and wondered why her new pet would not bark or eat dog food.

She was crestfallen when told it was a sheep.

Source: http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,21629305-2,00.html

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“Too weird: buy a poodle – get a sheep”

kurt wismer


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