Top 10 Dumbest Criminals (Interesting Stories)

Top 10 stupidest criminals and their interesting stories in which they fell and could not overcome them, whether it was due to a lack of intelligence or a simple coincidence, in general we read, smile and draw conclusions)

10th place:

At a scout meeting, a young mother was arrested, in which her son participated. While the policeman was demonstrating the work of a search dog trained for drugs, the dog found a bag of weed in his mother's purse.

9th place:

A young man with a shotgun entered the store and demanded money from the cash register. After he loaded them into the bag, he saw a huge bottle of whiskey and demanded that too. But, the seller refused, referring to the fact that the robber was not yet 21 years old. After some time, the robber took out a driver's license and showed it to the seller as proof of his majority. The seller examined them, and as a result gave the bottle to the robber. On this they parted ... but not for long. The robber was arrested two hours later, in his own apartment, the address of which was given to them by the seller.

8th place:

The police received a statement from the lady about the theft of the car. There was also a telephone in the car. The officer, calling this phone, said that he was calling on an advertisement in the newspaper, and said that he had long dreamed of such a wheelbarrow. Then they met. The result is arrest, trial, prison ...

7th place:

A certain American citizen decided to rob a bank. I went to Bank of America and scribbled the phrase: "this robbery, put all the money in pocket" on the deposit form. And I stood in line at the window. But, after a while, he was scared that someone could see how he wrote, and perhaps the police had already been called. He quickly left the bank and headed to Wells Fargo Bank, which was across the street.

I stood in a queue, which was much smaller than in the previous bank, and the robber handed the girl - the operator a note. She, judging by the spelling of the robber, realized that he was not very smart, and calmly replied that she could not accept the note that was written on the Bank of America letterhead, and said that he could rewrite the note on the Wells Fargo letterhead, or go back to Bank of America. The frustrated robber left the bank, and the girl went to the police. In line at the window of the BoA bank, across the street, the robber was arrested five minutes later.

6th place:

In England, an automatic radar spotted the driver and mailed him a photo of the car and a £ 40 penalty receipt. In response, we received a photo of 40 pounds, instead of payment. A couple of days later, the careless driver received a letter again. There was a photo of the handcuffs in the envelope. The power of this photo influenced him so much that the driver paid for the receipt on the same day!

5th place:

At a drug-possession trial in Michigan, Christopher Jansen said he had no right to be searched without a warrant. To which the judge replied that the officer had suspicions that there was a pistol under Jansen's jacket, because it protruded in a strange way. For this, the officer did not need the order. Outraged Jansen said that he is now in the same jacket, and it is simply impossible to hide a pistol here! He took off his jacket and gave it to the judge. The meeting had to be stopped, and a five-minute break was taken, because the judge could not sit on the chair from laughter - he found a bag of cocaine in his jacket.

4th place:

The defendant in the Oklahoma armed robbery case, Denis Newton, began to defend himself on his own because he sent his lawyer to hell. He did it well. But only until the moment when the prosecutor called the lady-witness, who was the manager of the robbed store. She identified the robber. Denis accused the witness of lying and shouted that he regretted that he had not shot her in the head then. But he immediately added: "If I were there, of course." It took the jury 20 minutes to decide that 30 years would be just right for a robber!

3rd place:

A young man, walking around Detroit, saw the kids gathered around a patrol car. They were shown a new computer that was installed there. When a walker asked about the mechanism of this thing, the policeman took his license and entered the data into the computer. The walker was tied up a couple of seconds later, because the monitor screen reproached him for an armed robbery that was committed 2 years ago in St. Louis, Missouri.

2nd place:

Detroit: In a record store, nervously moving muzzles from side to side, a couple of robbers. One of them yelled so that no one would move. At that moment, when his partner rushed to the cash register, a shot sounded - the robber was true to his word, and shot the partner.

Winner - 1st place:

The American gentleman bought himself a box of cigars. So rare and expensive that he even insured them against fire among all other property. Since the cigars ran out in a month, and the first installment was made on the policy, the client of the insurance company turned there with an application. He said that "a series of small fires" (in English the words "fire" and "fire" sound in one word - fire) destroyed his cigars. The company, accordingly, refused to pay, reasonably noting that the cigars were used in a natural way for them, by the client himself. Then the gentleman went to court. The case was won.

The judge admitted that the case was not serious, the proof is the policy in which the cigars were insured against fire. And in this policy, nowhere is it mentioned that there is a certain "permissibility" of some special types of fire. Accordingly, the insurance company should be paid. They didn’t bother with lengthy and costly appeals, but simply paid the client $ 15, 000 for the “burnt cigars”. The joy did not last long. After the happy gentleman received cash on the check, he was arrested.

A case was brought against him on the basis of his own testimony in court and his policy. The insurance company accused him of the following: 24 episodes of deliberate destruction of property, which is insured, through arson. The result of this process: $ 24, 000 fine and 24 months in prison ...