03 Mar '11, 2am

Dumbest way to rob a bank: By taking your own sweet time, like this #China #culprit

Dumbest way to rob a bank: By taking your own sweet time, like this #China #culprit

When robbing a bank, the dumbest thing to do is to take your own sweet time, as this simple-minded robber in China shows you. The culprit patiently chips at the reinforced glass window of the bank he was robbing, until the police arrives. STOMPer Robfailz , who sent in the video, said: "I would imagine that most criminals would be worried about their possible failure to flee the scene of a crime before the police arrives. "Clearly, this fear was not present in the (simple) mind of this bank robber. "As shown on CCTV, he spent many minutes hammering away patiently at the tampered glass window at a bank's counter, slowly chipping it away to make a hole just large enough for him to crawl through. "This also gave the police just enough time to arrive and catch him red-handed. "His plan to rob the bank is so silly that I wonder if he actually wanted the police to catch him!"

Full article: http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sgseen/caught_in_...

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