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article imagePolice arrest piano-playing break-in artist

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By Anne Sewell
Sep 5, 2012 in Odd News
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Assen - A homeless man in Assen, northern Netherlands, had the sudden urge to play the piano and then get some sleep. So he broke into a music shop.
The story began innocently enough. The homeless man had studied the piano for seven years, and passing a music shop in Assen, he suddenly got the urge to play again.
So he broke the window of a music shop, triggering the alarm and indulged his past musical passion. He was then planning on sleeping in the shop.
According to a police spokesman, he actually played very well. Dirk Neef told Reuters, "He told my colleagues he had studied the piano for seven years."
Dutch police arrested the 60-year-old man, but eventually released him with no charge on Monday.
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