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Beer Thief Gets What’s Coming To Him In The Best Way [WATCH]

Karma is real, people. One man learned that the hard way when he tried to rip open a vending machine and instead had it fall on top of him like a big ol’ dummy.

This Worldstar Hip Hop video shows two men walking through the streets of Serbia one drunken night when they came across a storefront with a few vending machines. One of the machines in particular was a vending machine for beer, because Serbia has to go hard sometimes.

Being the criminal mastermind that this Serbian Danny Ocean is, he wrapped his jacket around his head in order to mask his identity, possibly because he worked in the area. His buddy was more concerned with making some phone calls, or else he might have been able to stop him from being a jackass and pulling the machine down onto himself.

The buddy finally decided to set his beer down and help the idiot up after initially attempting to aid him without putting it down. Commendable, but a fruitless effort in the end. Even after getting up, the idiot covers his face once again and the two disappear back into the night from whence they came.

The moral of the story is that if you’re going to steal beer, try to come up with a plan first. And don’t do it drunk.


Photo Credit: Worldstar Hip Hop 


ARRESTED: This Dude Tried to Pass a Crushed Pop-Tart Off as Cocaine


If I’m ordering up some quality crack cocaine, don’t give me the corner of a crushed Pop-Tart, you feel me?

That’s the kind of situation North Carolina undercover agents were put in earlier this week when Cameron Mitchell, 30, agreed to sell crack cocaine to a plain clothes agent. Mitchell’s curious mug can be seen on their local news website, curiously sans Pop-Tart in his mouth.

It all went down on June 18, where poor schmuck Cameron Mitchell was making a delivery to a convenience store in the town of Halifax. After meeting an undercover agent on his journey, he allegedly agreed to sell him crack cocaine. Then he proceeded to go to his delivery truck and came back with what he claimed was $20 worth of crack cocaine. Mitchell had actually gone to the back of his delivery truck and found the corner of a Pop-Tart instead. He claims that he needed the money.

Now he faces charges of “selling or delivering a counterfeit controlled substance and creating a controlled substance.”



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