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Greek state TV broadcasts advice on how to siphon gasoline

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Greece’s state TV has prompted criticism over a segment that showed viewers how to siphon gasoline from cars as fuel prices soar.“It’s not something terribly complicated … you don’t even need a special tube, even a hose for balconies will do,” the station’s reporter Costas Stamou said during ERT’s morning news programme Syndeseis.After demonstrating the method, a car repairman then points out where a car’s fuel tank can be pierced to steal the contents.“Are you guys in your right mind?

Giving people tips on stealing gasoline?” commented one user on Twitter. Another joked: “After the tutorial on two ways to easily steal gasoline, ERT is now preparing new how-to’s on how to open locks and steal wallets.”A video mixed by the Greek satirical website Luben had been viewed more than 170,000 times by Thursday.

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