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Paul Simon Impersonator Arrested After Trying To Get Money From Real Paul Simon's Bank

Paul Simon Impersonator Arrested After Trying To Get Money From Real Paul Simon's Bank

Here's today's number one LOL story: A 6'1" dude named Rafael Ramos went into a New York Citibank posing as Paul Simon in an effort to withdraw money from Simon's account. It wasn't anything too crazy: The guy just needed $4,300, and he went through some trouble to get it. When he was arrested, Ramos had Simon's Social Security number and had a credit card and a forged license bearing the singer's name. Ramos was charged with attempted larceny, which is just above attempted stealing candy from a baby. Protect your identity kids. Otherwise people that look nothing like you will try to steal four figures from you. [Spinner]

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