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A recent Arizona news story has gained some national attention, but not for reasons you might think.

Funny or Die named a recent Phoenix news channel feed's caption as one of the 17 funniest descriptions of interview subjects the news has ever broadcast.

The broadcast had a photo of a flashlight lying in the street near 3rd Avenue and Jefferson, with the caption "SUSPICIOUS FLASHLIGHT."

Flashlights have had the Valley on edge after three different flashlights with explosives inside of them detonated when turned on. Many scares have turned out to be just ordinary flashlights, but police warn everyone to not take any chances.

The story has also received attention from a Tosh.0 blog, with the caption "NOBODY MOVE IT MIGHT HAVE A GUN.",

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