Monday, September 24, 2007

The Truck "Takes Off"

Dethroner reports on the second disappearance of Moosehead from the Canadian province of Ontario.

Two tractor-trailers carrying 70,000 cans and 44,000 bottles of Moosehead Lager were stolen early Wednesday morning at a transport company's facility in Mississauga, Ont.

The beer company says the retail value of the load is $200,000.

"Moosehead drinkers in Ontario would be wise to stock up today," company spokesman Joel Levesque said in a release.

"We expect it may take until early next week to replenish the stolen beer."

I've heard of toilet paper shortages, but this is ridiculous.

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