Rawlson, TX, April 27, 2012--Rawlson is a small, Swedish town in the northern climes of the county where all sins and cares eventually merge into one, and ja, you betcha, the Rillerah runs through it.
Police were called to Lars Sørensen's boarding house in the 200 block of Andersen Street late yesterday morning where they removed four residents on charges of disturbing the peace after they (the residents) sang the same serenade for sixty straight hours to the detriment of folks trying to enjoy their morning Muesli and kaffee.
According to Sørensen, the men became overly bawdy for a family-values establishment when they endlessly repeated the last line of their purported serenade, "Shood to soon shahoon la shoon da shoo shooga shoogan on the Rillerah."
Police took the men to the Rawlson Sanitarium on a 72-hour psychiatric hold.
Police Chief Erik "Hot Shot" Dawson told reporters that the men, whose names are being withheld pending the notification of next of kin, claimed to be protesting the poison oak planted on the banks of the Rillerah by members of the Rawlson school board.
"After the school marm caught kids having a little brawla brawla and a little hut-sut in the park next to the river instead of attending class, she convinced the superintendent that poison oak would solve the problem," Dawson said. "Needless to say, the hooky and nooky players gave themselves away when they kept scratching their shooga shoogans in class."
Informed sources believe it is highly likely that one or more of the serenading men works for the Thomsen High School grounds crew and began singing "Hut-Sut Rawlson on the Rillerah, add a little brawla, brawla too it" while tending the Forget-me-not garden next to the school band room.
At a town meeting, Thomsen High School Principal Ingrid Sooit said that while she was scandalized by the song, "the scratching of private parts proved that they (the parts) might have become a little too public."
The meeting ended when the city council passed a resolution stating that anyone singing "Hut-Sut Rawlson on the Rillerah" outside the privacy of his or her bedroom was to be considered a public nuisance and fined up to 100 kronor for every minute of serenading.
When asked by big city reporters for a little help with the song's meaning, Mayor Bridget Cass blushed and said that the town library had a Swedish-English dictionary at the reference desk for the edification of outlanders.
"Suffice it to say," added Cass, "'hut-sut' is a not-so-nice word for 'sex' and 'brawla, brawla' is a not-so-nice phrase for everything that leads up to it. But, nej, I will say no more about the intent behind such nonsense as ''Hut-Sut Rawlson on the Rillerah, add a little brawla sooit" because as soon as I sign the new ordinance, we can all be fined up to our shooga shoogans."
Story by Jock Stewart, Special Investigative Reporter
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