Thursday, 16 December 2010

Hashers cause panic in Sweden

After the terrorist attack of last weekend in the capital, you can probably understand the slight overreaction yesterday when pink snow was discovered over a large area in central Stockholm.
Local authorities received several anxious calls about the pink snow, people fearing it was f.e rat poison; before it was revealed that it was harmless.

It turned out it was a mixture of ink from printer cartridges and flour, left-over trail markings for a running club. And get this - it was the Stockholm Hash House Harriers who had done a hash on Saturday - they usually just use flour, but puts colour in it when there is snow.

Ha ha, imagine that, hashers cause health panic! Lucky we don't have these issues in Brunei!
(I read about this in the newspaper, you can also read more here.)

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