THERE ARE TWO ERRORS IN THE
THE TITLE OF THIS PUZZLE
The paper boy on the corner of 42nd and Broadway in Times Square was hawking his wares:
"Extry, Extry, Read all about it: Five men swindled today on the streets of New York!"
The businessman was in a hurry, but the possibility of being swindled worried him a bit, so he bought a paper.
Quickly he scanned the headlines and major stories on the front page. No mention was made of a swindle.
Angrily he returned to the corner where the boy was selling his papers.
As he approached, the boy's words could be heard, still loudly and clearly:
"Extry, Extry, Read all about it: Six men swindled today on the streets of New York!"
Have you found the two errors?