Beer as reward for bringing back Jesus Statue

An Australian beer brewer is rewarding 6 crates of beer to the person who finds the stolen statue of baby Jesus.

The statue was stolen from an altar which was established by the
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South Australian Brewing Company for the upcoming Christmas days. According to the director of the company security cameras caught a man climbing over a fence and framing the statue out of the crib.

“We are worried about the well-being of the baby Jesus and we ask for a quick and safe return”, director Powell said. “We are rewarding 6 crates of beer to the person who brings back the statue. Although the idea of visiting the purgatory should be enough for the thief.”

Posted in Crime & Law by Guus Cartigny

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