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Today's papers report on the jailing of Jason Paul Keogh of Enfield, who was convicted of an armed robbery outside Morrisons in Palmers Green in September last year.  After robbing a G4S driver at gunpoint he came unstuck when the underpants he was wearing on his head as a disguised slipped down and blocked his view, causing him to run into a parked van in the shop's car park.  CCTV footage was later found, showing him arranging the underpants on his head. To quote the Independent, "You're knickered, mate".

The cash box he had stolen was found  unopened in the New River at Oakthorpe Road and his loaded handgun was discovered nearby.

The police's official version of the story can be found on news.met.police.uk

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