At this year's World Scrabble Championships a player wanted his opponent strip searched because he believed the man was hiding a G. They didn't find the tile, but the players had plenty of letters concealed under their clothing. vitajex says:
The player was found to have on their person:
A T shirt with
a V neck,
a G string,
a C cup,
and an O face.
And, in case, they were playing Super Ultimate Scrabble, which allows for the use of special characters, there was, hidden somewhere on their body, an asterisk.
In a brief statement to Scrabble officials, the accuser's wife stated "he's obsessed with the possibility," frequently demanding she disrobe and allow him to search for the spot where the G is hidden.
Anita Ham Sandwich replies:
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