Captain Hook losses millions
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Captain Hook lived a simple life. His only worry was to gain revenge on his nemesis, Peter Pan; however, other outside circumstances prolonged him from doing so.
The Jolly Roger, Hook's prized possession, is fined by OSHA for one hundred violations of operating an unsafe boat.
After the violations had been recorded, the US Customs seized his inventory of gold for failure to pay Customs Fees and Taxes.
Once OSHA and Customs had left, Hook thought that his bad fortune had diminished. Although he had spoken to soon as the FDA quarantined Hook's believed ship due to a suspect for the Ebola virus.
After all that Captain Hook had been charged with, child services targeted him. They accused him of overworking and verbally abusing the children.
Just like that his fate was gone, with no Jolly Roger and millions of dollars in debt, Captain Hook could no longer be himself. If only the life of a pirate remained simple.
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