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Added 29th October 2004 03:00 AM

ATM room turned shelter
The room housing an ATM was turned into a shelter last Sunday after a heavy storm dispersed the bank’s customers, writes Robert Wabomba.

ATM room turned shelter
The room housing an ATM was turned into a shelter last Sunday after a heavy storm dispersed the bank’s customers, writes Robert Wabomba.

ATM room turned shelter
The room housing an ATM was turned into a shelter last Sunday after a heavy storm dispersed the bank’s customers, writes Robert Wabomba.
The incident occurred at a Nile Bank cash machine on Luwum Street. The afternoon storm dispersed the Bank’s customers who had lined up to make transanctions. The customers first abandoned the queue and took shelter on the verandah but rushed into the room when the rain turned stormy. The small room was packed to full capacity.

Going by taxi? Say a prayer
A lady recently amused fellow passengers in a Kibuye-bound taxi when she made a sign of the cross upon entering the vehicle and thereafter said a short prayer, writes Bernard Opwonya.
When a nearby passenger asked why she had done this, the unidentified lady said it was dedication. “With our mad taxi drivers, anything can happen. So I want to be at peace with the Lord, just in case.”
This response threw other passengers into bouts of laughter.
rocking with laughter although some acknowledged the truth in her statement.

Man empties chilli in sauce
An unidentified man amused onlookers in a restaurant at the New Park when he emptied full bottles of chilli and tomato sauce into into his food, thinking they were part of the meal, writes Thomas Pere.
The man had ordered for a plate of beans and posho and the waitress brought his order with a bottle of chilli and that of tomato sauce. He emptied the the two bottles into his plate of beans causing laughter in the restaurant. He walked out without clearing his meal.

Woman flees car for ‘susu’
An unidentified lady abandoned her white Toyota car in a jam last week and rushed away for a short call. The incident occured in Wandegeya. When fellow motorists saw her run towards the nearby shops, they lost their temper and began hooting. However, when she reappeared she amused people by her response.
“Did you expect me to susu (urinate) inside my car? There is nothing wrong I have done,” she said before driving away.
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