"A notorious American youth gang... has hit Sydney," writes Australian tabloid The Daily Telegraph. Is it the Bloods? The Crips? The Latin Kings? No, it's the fearsome Midwestern clowns the Juggalos, obsessive fans of face-painted rappers Insane Clown Posse.
Juggalos: They've finally reached Australia! At least, according to the ever-reliable Daily Telegraph, which takes a crime committed by people wearing clown masks as definitive evidence of the Faygo-drinking fans' arrival on antipodean shores. Even so, I've identified some inaccuracies in their article, that I'd like to clear up:
According to The Daily Telegraph: A notorious American youth gang
In real life: A hilarious bunch of Michigan goths
According to The Daily Telegraph: known for its violent street crime
In real life: known for their chain wallets
According to The Daily Telegraph: and penchant for wearing clown make-up as a disguise
In real life: and penchant for wearing clown make-up. Clown make-up! LOL.
According to The Daily Telegraph: made famous by criminal activities in the US
In real life: made famous for being confused by magnets and pelicans
According to The Daily Telegraph: been classified as a gang in at least six states of America
In real life:
(By the way, have you read Violent J's awesome response to the viral storm that happened around "Miracles" a few months ago? You should!)