Desperate times call for desperate measures, but two cash-strapped Auckland, NZ restaurant owners took things too far. The pair recently bought themselves four-year prison terms after fire-bombing their business last year, then trying to file an insurance claim. Investigators estimated that at least 3 gallons of gasoline had been poured around the premises of Café Hasan Baba, then left to evaporate, which resulted in a highly explosive vapor. The blast blew out the windows and doors and ...

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