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An Ex Policeman Lost His House Riddle

An ex policeman lost his house, car and girlfriend. What did he lose first?
An ex policeman lost his house, car and girlfriend. What did he lose first?
Hint:
His JOB!

Given question is a riddle which is interesting one. Hints are given in the riddle.

In the question, it's given that he's ex police man. It means he already lost his job.

"Ex" is used to show that someone is no longer in that situation. Here, Ex policeman mean he's no longer working as police. The prefix "ex-" refers to someone who no longer working, could be retired or fired. Thus, the first thing that he lose his job whether it is retired or fired.

First he lost his job, then he lost his house, car and finally he lost his girlfriend.
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