If you’re planning a robbery at a stately home, you need to recruit only people you trust, who know what to take. And who know how to behave professionally.
It was all going well at Charlesworth Abbey that Saturday evening. We had two Monets, a Rembrandt and a chest of Georgian silverware in the van when Guilio spotted the spinet, cracked his fingers, and began playing Bad Guys. Cookie and Spud came in with the vocals and before you could say Guys and Dolls, the cops were on us.
The boys got extra time for being out of tune.
Written for Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ weekly 100 word writing challenge to be found here.