Barry Clapperton allegedly made a false bomb threat to avoid paying a bar tab, police say.
Barry Clapperton allegedly made a false bomb threat to avoid paying a bar tab, police say.
Barry Clapperton allegedly made a false bomb threat to avoid paying a bar tab, police say.

This man called 911 to report a bomb — because he didn’t want to pay his bar tab, police say

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