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Bret, who committed a bank robber in Canberra, Australia, stuffed the loot down the front of his slacks and made a dash for the door. He got a nasty shock soon when a dye pack intended to mark stolen money exploded in his slacks.
A police spokesperson shared the following information:
"Witnesses saw him hopping, skipping and jumping around with a blast taking place inside his pants."
Bret was arrested soon after, and Police have kept his charred slacks securely in custody.
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