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The long arm of the Belgian law has finally caught up with the two miscreants who cream-pied Bill Gates last February. The price of turning His Billness into a temporary confectionery Freddie Kruger is apparently around $90 a head, which does seem like something of a bargain. The practice of entartement, as it is known in French, had not however hitherto been punished in Belgium, so presumably Bill Gates is a more dangerous character to cake on than the numerous other important people Belgian entarteur Noel Godin has decorated. Gates apparently didn't press charges, so the Belgian flicks have clearly done it all of their own accord. Or maybe some minions made a few heavy-handed suggestions concerning the Belgian version of IE 4.0, if you know what we mean. Nice little country you've got here, mate - pity if it sort of suddenly became incompatible... ®

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