Saturday, May 21, 2005

Cocaine Prevents Diaper Rash--Aussie Research Breakthrough!

Here's an "Ooops" for you. After five months of training in Melbourne, Australia, the team of drug sniffer dogs was supposed to have been trained to identify cocaine.

Unfortunately, when the final test was given, it was discovered that the training bag, that was supposed to have contained cocaine, was filled with talcum powder, instead.

Anyone now passing through the Melbourne Airport carrying an infant with diaper rash will not only be caught and arrested, but prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

Police are not sure whether the dogs can be retrained. They are also trying to figure out whether the bag had been mislabeled or whether someone took the cocaine and replaced it with the talcum poweder.

Ah, yes. The Whizz-ard of OZ!