Framed for a Crime he did Commit (101 word version)

Martha had sent Mark round to have a quiet word with a neighbor about a noisy late night party.  But things had got a little out of hand and Mark had ended up shouting at their neighbor.

“I can’t believe you sometimes,” Martha said.  “Didn’t I specifically ask you not to shout at him?”

“I didn’t,” Mark lied.  “I never even raised my voice.  It was a civilized chat.”

“Look,” she said, “I know you did.  I can just tell. Just by looking at you.”

Which was completely unfair.

Because Mark could so easily have not shouted at his neighbor. Easily.

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