This is the bloke who got me on the penis... People!

 
This is the bloke who got me on the penis... People!
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Epic Australian Man Arrested

So this oldskool video has recently started to go viral online, despite being a couple of decades old and it is hilarious.

The video shows an Australian man being arrested in what looks to be the 1980's, and his elegant prose and class has captured the internet's imagination.

The man utters thoughtful phrases in a classy voice such as "What is the charge? Eating a meal? A succulent Chinese meal?", "I See that you know your judo well" and the soon to be infamous "Get your hands off my penis!"

It seems that the video dates back to 1988 and the man in the video was Paul Charles Dozsa, a former chef who became infamous in Sydney for doing runners on restaurant bills. In this video he was being arrested for refusing to pay the $50 bill at a Chinese restaurant. He racked up over 54 convictions for failing to pay for meals in the 1980's.

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