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06/22/2002 01:45 AM ID: 22803 Permalink   

Wienermobile Busted Near Pentagon


A determined pair of hot doggers for Oscar Mayer were pulled over for driving their Wienermobile too close to the Pentagon this week. Virginia State Police made the stop as the pair was unaware Route 110 had been closed for truck traffic since Sept. 11.

The rookie hot doggers, Will Keller and Paula Pendleton both new college grads had just completed a two-week course at Oscar Mayer's Hot Dog High. The unique hot dog shaped car is loaded with whistles and a karaoke machine for singing bologna jingles.

The infraction occurred late Tuesday. Obviously a mistake according to Police spokeswoman Lucy Caldwell, "The hot dog posed no threat."

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Non-threatening hotdog, hah!
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