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Bullet
Age. 27
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All the anime I've watched.
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  • Zero no Tsukaima

  • Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi

Thief!
Sunday, February 24, 2008
When it comes to disguises, crooks can be very creative. I once read about a guy who smeared his face with Vaseline before robbing a bank, figuring the security cameras couldn't photograph him through the hazy goop (they could; he was arrested). Yes, there are some odd and outlandish thieves out there. Like the ones dressed up...

  • ...AS UTILITY WORKERS: In 2005 the Associated Press reported that in Baltimore a group of thieves disguised as city utility workers had stolen more than 120 street light poles. They said the thieves put up orange traffic cones around their "work area" while they dismantled and made away with the 30-foot-tall, 250-poung aluminum poles. (Why would anyone steal a light pole? Police theorize that they were stealing them to sell as scrap metal.)

  • ...AS PRIESTS:Police in Serbia said three man disguised as Orthodox Christian priests, complete with fake beards and anklelength cossacks, entered a bank in Serbia, gave the traditional "Christ is born" greeting, then pulled shotguns out of their robes. Within minutes they had made off with more than $300,000.

  • ...AS SUPERHEROES: A group of young "activists" in Hamburg, Germany, showed up at a high-priced food store in April 2006. They were dressed as comic book superheroes, and they made off with several cartloads of expensive food. Police reported that the superhero robbers gave the cashier a bouquet of flowers and posed for a photograph before fleeing. Although 14 police cars and a helicopter were involved in the search, the bandits got away.

  • ...AS A PAIR OF UNDERWEAR: Police in Calgary, Alberta, announced in June 2004 that they had finally caught the "Black Panties Bandit," who had robbed at least five convenience stores while wearing a black pair of women's underwear over his face as a disguise.

12 Comments.


if u watch CSI series, u would be able to come up a better way to rob. and i know how by just watching it but haven't prove it works or not. XD
» renaye on 2008-02-24 09:41:58

Wow, people are just desparate to steal!
» Art4TheHomeless on 2008-02-24 06:33:02

LOL!! The last two are the funniest!! OMG!! I can't believe that happened!
» Nuttz on 2008-02-24 09:18:56

I... do live in the US. :S
» randomjunk on 2008-02-24 10:16:12

HAHA! U just gotta love some criminals!
» CPKviperpheonix on 2008-02-24 10:22:22

Um... I'm pretty sure the SAT started in the US.
» randomjunk on 2008-02-24 11:04:28

Oh, we have to take it alright. In fact, around here, some peoples' lives depend on getting a good score on the damn thing...
» randomjunk on 2008-02-24 11:09:37

I know!
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