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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/video-czech-president-steals-pen-2267665.html

A hilarious new video has been released which shows the Czech President trying to surreptitiously pocket a pen during a news conference.

Hilarious stuff his face is so smug and all of this is just so blatant, this is troughing of the finest quality.

There must be a shortage of pens in the Czech Republic.

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Pens, your pension, mints, random money set aside for public services... these kleptomaniac f***rs are all the same. If it's not nailed down don't turn your back for a second :rolleyes:

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Pens, your pension, mints, random money set aside for public services... these kleptomaniac f***rs are all the same. If it's not nailed down don't turn your back for a second :rolleyes:

The theft of private objects,funds etc is just an autonomic response to these people, look at his face, he probably didn't even realise he was doing it, the eyes just glazed over and the natural urge for kleptomania kicked in :lol:

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I actually have a lot of time for Klaus, he's an anti-EU, balanced budget fiscal conservative, and the CR is one of the healthier economies in the region. Sorry to see him being a dick.

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No big deal here, as far as I can see.

The only funny bit is the absolute look of ineptitude doing it. If he'd had the pen in his hand for the interview, and as he stood up put it in his pocket, nobody would have batted an eyelid.

What other reason was the pen put there for, it's either:

1. A freebie to help yourself to; or

2. Put there to tempt somebody into nicking, so as to make a fool of them.

c'mon - it's a piece of stationary. If they were worried about losing it, they'd have put out a bic.

I'd be more worried about why such an expensive pen was put out in the first place, and what budget it came from.

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This multi-millionaire should be number one on the list

No fewer than 12 expensive watches, nine of which were given to him by the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, are on a list of gifts given to Mr Blair which he took with him when he left Downing Street for good.

Others include 3 guitars one signed by Brian Adams. Another by the U2 singer Bono (auction worth £100,000+).

A lengthy Freedom of Information battle resulted in the publication of the 76 items he received while in charge of the country.

Under the ministerial code, gifts become the property of the Government.

Ministers are permitted to keep anything with a value less than £140. Anything worth more, they can buy at market value, minus £140.

The new list reveals that Mr Blair's raid on the Number 10 gift cupboard was far more extensive than previously thought. Until now he was known to have taken only 22 items, including a pair of watches from Mr Berlusconi.

The new list details a further 54 gifts. Both the Cabinet Office and Mr Blair's office refused to confirm how much he paid for the items.

(He stole them from the UK population - the heinous war monger)

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