Wrestler Booker T Suspected in Digging of Rexhall Centre Tunnel

Booker T Rexhall PlaceA mysterious tunnel was recently discovered near a Pan Am Games venue called Rexhall Centre in York, Ontario (CBC). The tunnel was a fair sized structure, measuring 1.93 metres high, 86.4 centimetres wide and 10.1 metres long — with a secondary hole that held a generator.

Toronto Police are puzzled by the presence of the tunnel as well as its purpose. They also have no idea as to who might have done it.

Tonight, though, Digital Citizen has learned through unnamed sources that the famous wrestler named Booker T has been identified a prime suspect.

The reason?

Who goes around repeatedly asking people in public

“Can you dig it, sucka?”

Apparently, it was all just a ruse to find someone to dig this tunnel for whatever reason/s Booker T or some associate of his had. Stay tuned to find out! 🙂

[Disclaimer: This article is meant for humorous purposes. There is no truth to the claim of suspicion and Booker T, though it is true he does go around sporting that question like he has tunnel verbage.]

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Dig You Later (Hubba Hubba Hubba)… Not with THOSE Lyrics!

Written in the Second World War for the movie Doll Face in 1945, this song is not on any Perry Como collection for its political incorrectness towards the Japanese, so I’ve seen comments. Yes, but whatever. Look at the context of it written in World War II. War is over so get over it and have a laugh at the way we used to be cause if someone wrote such a song today, there’d probably be a lot of backlash rather than laughter!

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