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Man after golfer's autograph lies to get on plane

Rochester police say a man concocted a ruse to fool local airport officials in an effort to get to a charter flight this week. He wanted an autograph from a passenger: golf legend Arnold Palmer, the Rochester Post-Bulletin reports. The man escaped charges. Police don't know if he got the autograph.
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Rochester police say a man concocted a ruse to fool local airport officials in an effort to get to a charter flight this week. He wanted an autograph from a passenger: golf legend Arnold Palmer, the Rochester Post-Bulletin reports. The man escaped charges. Police don't know if he got the autograph.

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