Nfld. & Labrador·Satire

Comedian Vicky Mullaley takes on the 'backhoe bandits'

Sorry, Big & Rich.

Sorry, Big & Rich

Comedian Vicky Mullaly has found some inspiration in the local news for her latest satirical take. (Vicky Mullaly/Facebook)

You may recall a 2004 hit by country duo Big & Rich called Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)

Comedian Vicky Mullaley does. 

And she's been reading the news lately, too, about a string of break-ins in which heavy equipment was used to smash walls at four different businesses on four different days around the northeast Avalon. 

Her version? Rob a Bank, Steal a Backhoe. 

We thought you might like to see it. Click on the player below to see what she came up with. 

More from Vicky Mullaley

Last February, Vicky pleaded with one Ryan Snoddon to put a little more sunshine in his forecasts. 

Ryan has moved out, Ashley has moved in, but the winter weather is with us again. 

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