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A LEGO no-no.
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This 40-year-old man scammed Target stores in 5 states of more than $100,000 by replacing the UPC on expensive LEGO sets with the one from a much cheaper item. He would then sell the toys on E-Bay for full price.

http://kptv.com/Global/story.asp?S=4137050

Talk about a "heist" movie just begging to be made.
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#2
If it is made into a movie - I wonder if they will use the LEGO animation like in the White Stripes video.

And of course, it should be titled "Leggo My LEGO".

Say - wouldn't that be great if the man was named Zack? You know, the LEGO maniac?
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Originally Posted by Barkatthemoon

This 40-year-old man scammed Target stores in 5 states of more than $100,000 by replacing the UPC on expensive LEGO sets with the one from a much cheaper item. He would then sell the toys on E-Bay for full price.

http://kptv.com/Global/story.asp?S=4137050

Talk about a "heist" movie just begging to be made.

Not a heist movie. It's the plot for Punch Drunk Love 2.


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Say - wouldn't that be great if the man was named Zack? You know, the LEGO maniac?

Nostalgia rush!
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#4
Man, I bet someone on the inside of the operation ratted him out.
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