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MIAMI, Florida (Reuters) -- Two Miami radio hosts who duped Cuban President Fidel Castro with a prank call are soliciting pennies from their fans to pay a $4,000 fine proposed by U.S. regulators because of the on-air stunt.
Originally posted by Pisky
What a useless rule-obsessed bunch of jobsworths they are. I wonder if they'd do the same if someone made a hoax call to bin Laden ?
"Hi Osama, Dubya here. Did you get the WMD's ready for us to plant in Iraq yet, you old scoundrel ?"
It would be worth the $4000 fine to hear that