Transvestites trade dresses for prison blues

Transvestites trade dresses for prison blues

A pair of transvestites hanging out in front of a hotel made a bid for some quick cash on Wednesday only to end up in the stir.

Police said the duo went to break into a car parked in front of the hotel only to find its owner had forgot to lock it. Grabbing a cool $1,000 inside, they turned to leave, only to find themselves faced with patrolling cops.

While claiming the car was, in fact, their own, the real owner returned and the jig was up. Deum Ampil

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