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Nature calls for crook before back-door exit

Feigning nature’s call paid off in a big way for a Kratie criminal on Tuesday.

Police said the suspect had entered a money exchange shop, ostensibly for a normal transaction, when she asked if she could use the bathroom.

Granted permission, she waltzed through the house, where she spotted $3,000 sitting on a table.

Knowing a good opportunity when she saw one, she quickly pocketed the money and slipped out a back door.

The owner has since filed a police complaint.

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