Oh boy, as if those Nigerian e-mail scams weren’t bad enough, now we’ve got the strangest quasi-justification ever.

Professor Olu Agbi said “greedy” Australians who tried to partake in these crimes – even though they are scams – should be arrested as well.
“People who send their money are as guilty as those who are asking them to send the money,” he said.

Know what?  He’s actually got a point.  Folks are trying to get in on a hustle.
But uhhh, when the scams are known as the Nigerian scams…it’s probably best to work on the Nigerians first.  Yanno, considering that when corruption indices come out every year, Nigeria lives at the top of the lists like Florida State did in the AP poll during the ’90s.