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 Police say 'collar bomb' strapped to teen was a fake 
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Police in Sydney say a "collar bomb" strapped to a teenage girl for 10 hours in an apparent extortion plot was fake and part of a "very, very ... Read More Home Page


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Eighteen-year-old Australian teenager Madeleine Pulver from New South Wales faced the ordeal of a lifetime Wednesday, reports the Australian Daily Telegraph. After more than 10 hours of what can only be described as abject horror, an Australian bomb squad released Pulver from a collar bomb device that had been strapped to her by an unidentified assailant.


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Aussie teen collar bomb ordeal ends after 10 horrific hours. Australian authorities report that Pulver, who attends the exclusive Wenona girls school in North Sydney, has disclosed a great deal of useful information that will aid the ongoing investigation. The assailant reportedly wore a balaclava-style ski mask. It was a horrible experience for anyone to go through especially not knowing whether it was a real bomb or not. I'm glad she is alright.

While the Madeleine Pulver collar bomb incident is the first recorded incident of its kind in Australian history, similar bomb plots have occurred. In 2003, Pennsylvania pizza delivery man Brian Wells became embroiled in a bank robbery bomb plot that ultimately claimed his life when the bomb strapped to him detonated. The upcoming film “30 Minutes or Less,” starring “The Social Network’s” Jesse Eisenberg is reportedly quite similar in plot to the Brian Wells incident. So I suggest that the police and security may have to double their time to prevent such thing to occur again.


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