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Anyone who thinks that they can get past the eagle eyes of Vulture Central's competition invigilators would do well to read the following tale.

Despite the rules, Benjamin Knigge and Martin Gonzalez's could not resist submitting multiple entries to our Xmas comp. The cheeky monkeys sent 33 and 50 respectively. Martin couldn't even remember his own e-mail apparently - his last 49 entries had the wrong address. Total class.

Not only did they earn themselves a disqualification, but they were also banned from reading the Reg for one year. Let that be a warning to all of you. Don't mess with the Reg ®

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