Dog Eats Store's Diamond Jewelry
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When diamonds disappeared from a jewelry store in Georgia, the staff thought it had to be one of their colleagues. They were right. Honey Bun, the canine store greeter, had swallowed $10,000 in jewelry. No word on a motive, according to WALB TV, but the dog had to confess after an x-ray. Fortunately for all of us, the TV report did not detail how the jewelry was recovered, but the diamonds are safe. So it Honey Bun.
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