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The Sleep Walker

You will need three scouts or male scout leaders and one girl scout or lady leader. You can do this with adults or youngsters, but do not mix adults and youngsters.

The scene is that three boys are chatting in a group when from the side of the stage, a young lady walks on, hands in front of her, sleep walking.

She walks up to the first boy, takes off his tie and walks off taking his his tie with her.

1st boy " Hey she's pinched my tie." (another word for Pinched is stole or took)

2nd boy " It's dangerous to wake sleep walkers, don't worry she'll bring it back when she wakes up."

The girl walks back and takes the second boys jacket, she walks off carrying it with her.

2nd boy "Hey she's pinched my jacket."

3rd boy "It's dangerous to wake sleep walkers, don't worry she'll bring it back, when she wakes up."

The girl walks back still sleep walking, grabs the 3rd boy by the arm and walks off with him.

3rd boy "It's dangerous to wake sleep walkers, but don't worry she'll bring me back when she wakes up."

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