BodBot.com claims to be a web- and mobile-based personal trainer and strength coach that promotes good health. But this video of hot twins stretching each other puts us in the mind of a completely different sort of workout.
Thanks to Facebook, dumb criminals now have a new way to botch their wrongdoings. Take this 20-year-old man, for example, who was arrested after posting a Facebook photo of himself stealing gas from a cop car. Duh.
In one of the most poignant ways of honoring a fallen comrade we’ve ever seen, former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell recently went to a Newtown, CT, pub and offered to pay the owner enough money to buy a random person a pint of Guinness every hour for the entire day.
While intelligence isn’t a prerequisite for a life of crime, it certainly would’ve helped these ten boneheaded scofflaws. One clumsy bank robber shoots himself in the foot, a thief can’t figure out how to operate a door as a means of escape and another gets hopelessly stuck while trying to break into a store. If criminals keep being this dumb, us law-abiding citizens have nothing to worry about.
Earlier this week, a group of men stormed a bank in Parana, Brazil and made off with approximately $16,000. It was the perfect heist — until one of the robbers clumsily shot himself in the foot. (No joke.)
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