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By Gary Taylor
February 24, 2011
Whac-A-Mole seems like it could be endless fun.
Moles pop out of five holes in the arcade game and a soft mallet is used
to force them back into the holes to score points.
Children and adults alike could whack the moles for hours at a time.
Or at least they could until a worker programmed a virus into the
machines to make them shut down after a pre-determined number of plays,
Holly Hill police said.
Now they have arrested that man, Marvin Walter Wimberly Jr., 61, of
Orlando, who faces a charge of offenses against intellectual property.
It was all a scheme by Wimberly to insure job security, according to an
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