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08/20/2007 04:38 AM ID: 64380 Permalink   

The Hulkster; Hulk Hogan's Home Burglarized

 

Hulk Hogan's, (real name, Terrence Gene Bollea) professional wrestler and star of "Hogan Knows Best", home was burglarized on Thursday sometime before 3:30pm when some items were noticed missing.

The burglar stole roughly $100,000 worth of jewelry. The items stolen were a diamond platinum watch and two dog tags.

According to the Hulkster's son Nicolas the stolen items had been wrapped in a T-shirt and put them in a closet upstairs. The family was in the process of moving, though to where has not been disclosed.

 
  Source: www.iht.com  
    WebReporter: havoc666 Show Calling Card      
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  12 Comments
  
  Confused?  
 
That last paragraph doesn't seem to make sense, what was the son wrapping up? Did he do it?
 
  by: Doomster99   08/20/2007 05:47 AM     
  ...  
 
he was wrapping up the watch and dog tags; seemed pretty clear to me.
 
  by: tonyspaghetti   08/20/2007 06:53 AM     
  well...  
 
if that is what he wrapped up...then it should say "items" so it is clear.
 
  by: sp00ky187   08/20/2007 08:05 AM     
  simple fix:  
 
Change 'item' in last paragraph to plural 'items' to match the orginal case for the subject, and change 'it' to 'them'.

 
  by: theironboard     08/20/2007 08:15 AM     
  Sorry...  
 
But the paragraphs were a little incoherent. The first paragraph almost sounds as though the family was discovered missing at 3:30pm.

The source doesn't give you much to work with I see but still there could be other ways to say the same thing clearly. I'm gathering that the incoherency is caused by your attempt to keep from copying the article directly.
 
  by: zephan     08/20/2007 08:19 AM     
  Hulk Hogan's Home Bulgarized...  
 
havoc were you drunk or just real tired when you wrote this? lol
CC wanna correct that to burglarized?
LOL
 
  by: JulesLady     08/20/2007 03:09 PM     
  @JulesLady  
 
"havoc were you drunk or just real tired when you wrote this? lol
CC wanna correct that to burglarized?
LOL"

actually i wasn't drunk, i rarely drink... was alittle tired, alittle wqired and typing to fast, oddly enough the spell checker complaletely missed that mistake, or maybe it doesn't check titles.
 
  by: havoc666     08/20/2007 03:34 PM     
  @havoc  
 
I think someone must have spiked your drink. btw b-u-r-g-l-a-r-i-z-e-d, in your IM you asked me to change it to another spelling which was also incorrect. You've done some good work today but it might be time to get some sleep.
 
  by: ixuzus     08/20/2007 04:18 PM     
  Uh  
 
Inside job?

They only stole three things, all three of which were wrapped up in a shirt, while moving. Either A, this was an inside job, because it's doubtful many people would know about it's value, or location. Also, the dog tags have no value except to a person in the family... Or B, it was lost while moving, and they really can't be sure of it, so this is the best chance to collect the almost certainly insured Jewelry.
 
  by: seniorgato     08/20/2007 04:26 PM     
  Err  
 
Insured jewelry's value. or something... too early in the morning
 
  by: seniorgato     08/20/2007 04:26 PM     
  @ Everyone  
 
I knew I wasn't crazy when I read this story initially...I had to go to the source to figure out what exactly happened :-P
 
  by: Doomster99   08/20/2007 09:17 PM     
  haha no way!  
 
No way! i thought he was dead! and been dead for like 10 years.

well i never!
 
  by: M4CRO_   08/21/2007 02:32 PM     
 
 
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