Australian police nabbed Dylan O'Brien, 17, for violating his curfew. When he was bailed out on charges of unlawfully taking a motor vehicle and unlicensed driving, one of the conditions was that he not be out between 7 p.m and 7 a.m. He didn't violate those conditions. Unfortunately for him, a typo on the bail form had his curfew running starting at 7 a.m. He was locked up for several days before anyone noticed the error and figured out he shouldn't be in jail.
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Nunes attacked those who wanted to restrain NSA’s snooping. Clearly he never considered whether his call records would be exposed.
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