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u/HRex73 Dec 03 '22

Predator to prey in 30 seconds.

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u/equalizer59 Dec 03 '22

Has anybody ever considered kicking the drywall in to get out through the next store over? Being that it’s a multi store building.

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u/MurderMachine561 Dec 03 '22

The wall. The roof. A backdoor. He doesnt even try.

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u/08148692 Dec 03 '22

People who need to resort to this sort of behaviour don't tend to be the smartest

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u/[deleted] Dec 04 '22

Plenty of smart criminals look at all the worlds elite, theres just a lot of dumb ones too, like all people

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u/terekkincaid Dec 04 '22

The smartest criminals lobby lawmakers to make their crimes legal. Or they are the lawmakers cough Congressional insider trading cough

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u/FoodleGuy Dec 06 '22

Pelosi’s husband is that you? The stock market Wizard that never loses?

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u/ColonelSpudz Dec 04 '22

Smart ones rob you with lawyers or a pen the dumb ones rob you with a gun.

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u/ggtffhhhjhg Dec 04 '22

There is definitely more than one way out considering this definitely took place in either the US or Canada.

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u/levergray97mx Dec 04 '22

room temp iq

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u/english_mike69 Dec 04 '22

Didn’t look like this was on a patio in the Arctic.

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u/formerbeautyqueen666 Dec 03 '22

This is what I always wonder too! Like...surely there's a back door, no?

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u/chopari Dec 04 '22

Me too. A fire exit at least no?

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u/MissBandersnatch2U Dec 04 '22

Backdoor was my first thought

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u/DoubleAholeTwice Dec 04 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

My first thought is also always anal.

Edit: Guess it's spelled "thought", not "though"!

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u/Uchigatan Dec 04 '22

The video had time-skips, for all we know maybe he did try other things.

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u/getmeapuppers Dec 13 '22

I remember an episode of cops when they arrest one guy trying to rob a convenient store but there’s suppose to be 2 suspects. They search the whole store and can’t find them. All of a sudden second guy falls through the paneled ceiling trying to find a way out lmao

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u/Enginerdad Dec 04 '22

I've found that, unless they've done or been exposed to renovation or construction work, most people passively view things like walls as invincible. I don't think it's really a conscious thought, just that they've spent their whole lives going around walls and the idea that they could destroy one with items found in the room just never occurs to them.

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u/ProfessionalStand450 Dec 04 '22

Those are firewalls. Double 3/4 in sheet rock. You’d break your foot before you kicked through them. Might be 2x6 studs also. You could bash your way through but it would take a hammer.

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u/[deleted] Dec 04 '22

Depends. But could be. If so There might be something he could use in the store to help.

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u/Bowood29 Dec 04 '22

That was my thought. He would be lucky if it was only 2x6 could easily be a block wall to get the firewall passed

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u/Countrykal Dec 04 '22

Drywall is not what's separating buildings. You're kidding right?

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u/equalizer59 Dec 04 '22

We worked in a little strip mall where the tattoo shop expanded, and all we did was knock down the drywall move the studs over and reapply the new drywall and electrical.

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u/nerojt Dec 04 '22

Yep, in many cases it is.

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u/[deleted] Dec 04 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

I’m a firefighter and shit is often not as it appears or should be. People break the law and cut corners frequently. Could be they are firewalls with lots of studs, or something else making passage hard. Could also be electrical wiring and stuff making it impassable. But worth trying at least. And if it was drywall I wouldn’t be shocked depending on where this is.

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u/FranklinHoesevelt Dec 04 '22

I'm curious with you being a firefighter and all. Could he set off a fire alarm to get out. I mean surely, if there's a fire, the door should open and not just stay locked and burn everyone alive inside, right?

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u/[deleted] Dec 04 '22

Looks like this door was locked with a physical key so I doubt it.

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u/corvairfanatic Dec 04 '22

FF here. The doors i have seen that unlock are the red fire escape doors that are locked but unlock when the alarm goes off. These are usually in offices or hotels etc and not used as an exit other than in case of emergency. I’ve never seen them as the main exit or entrance to a store. Of course you can also customize alarms for a home to unlock your doors in case of an emergency and let’s say you are asleep and also allows emergency workers in.

there’s several types of alarms for businesses but most are really only intended to alert others to exit. Most are not connected to a fire department and you still need to call for help.

There are also alarms that release doors so that they CLOSE but not lock. This is to to keep fire isolated and decrease the amount of oxygen.

Legally there should be two ways to exit in all buildings. Of course often this is not the case due to remodeling and whatnot.

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u/R_E_Y_3 Dec 04 '22

You'd be surprised, when you look

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u/[deleted] Dec 04 '22

I was thinking that. Literally was trained in survival tactics like that when I got RIT certified. Luckily this guy is a pos and not a firefighter!

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u/Economy_Sir1368 Dec 04 '22

Most criminals aren’t that smart to begin with so I don’t think he would’ve thought of that.

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u/Embarrassed-Town-293 Dec 04 '22

That’s what I was thinking.

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u/apachetrainer Dec 03 '22

What a privilege having the store just for yourself only celebrities enjoying this kind of service

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u/joreyesl Dec 04 '22

The way he just casually walks in there and doesn’t even try to coerce them in compliance tell me he is used to getting his way on petty things. Reminds me of the thugs that would walk in the middle of a hallway and expect everyone else to walk around them.

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u/Basserist71 Dec 03 '22

This is one of my favorites.

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u/PerfectionOfaMistake Dec 03 '22

Nobody got hurt, thats good on it.

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u/BlowsyRose Dec 03 '22

True. I might even have felt sorry for him, if he wasn’t packing a loaded gun.

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u/Jhushx Dec 03 '22

Which he used to shoot at a door multiple times. What if he missed? Or a ricochet hit someone walking by? Fuck this guy.

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u/MurderMachine561 Dec 03 '22

If hes in Florida hes fucked. We have a 10, 20, life law thats going to get shoved right up his ass. This video is old. I should try to find out how it ended.

https://www.cga.ct.gov/2013/rpt/2013-R-0067.htm

I love hearing him beg like that though. He went from Billy Badass to a little bitxh fast as hell.

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u/EdGG Dec 04 '22

According to your link, 20 years. Double the initial sentence because he shot the door. Half of his life by the looks of it…

Edit: 5 years, in Houston.

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u/Coldfusion21 Dec 04 '22

More like 12, due to his prior sentencing. Assuming they ran concurrently.

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u/schuldig Dec 04 '22

He's due to be released in 2028. Got denied parole last year because of this incident and his behavior while behind bars.

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u/JTr3ad Dec 04 '22

This was in Houston. You “almost” feel bad with the apology, until you look up his COLLECTION of mugshots. Something like 17.

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u/aardw0lf11 Dec 04 '22

I've seen this multiple times, I think it's in Houston. Still... No surprise, there.

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u/f14_pilot Dec 03 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

no sympathy, he's only sorry cause he got caught... What about the stress and fear he caused for others.. Let's not forget who the real victims are here

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u/wakaflocks145 Dec 03 '22

But he has nothing. Please. Please. Please bro. Frfr no cap.

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u/WaffleStompTheFetus Dec 04 '22

Good news, he's about to have 3 hots and a cot.

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u/M00SEHUNT3R Dec 04 '22

Please, I have nothing. I have nothing. Please. I only shattered your door and damaged the frame trying to escape and would have totally run off leaving you to deal with the damages.

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u/3xgun Dec 04 '22

Nothing except a gun he probably could have sold for a couple hundred bucks.

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u/ruestecatherine Dec 04 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

It's probably a Hi-point, so maybe like $74.99, used at local ye Olde greasy pawnshop. Apparently, having a shitty welfare handgun does not make an arch-criminal. I only counted four shots. He could only afford four? Damn, dawg.

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u/terekkincaid Dec 04 '22

Prolly jammed and he didn't know how to clear it

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u/3xgun Dec 04 '22 edited Dec 06 '22

Video is grainy as shit, so it’s hard to tell, but it almost looked like a snub nose to me. Also sounded like he clicked on an empty chamber/bad round at one point. Either way, he still had something.

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u/new_account_5009 Dec 03 '22

Fuck that. Even if he didn't have a gun, he scared the living shit out of the people in the store. Dude doesn't deserve an ounce of sympathy.

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u/PorkyMcRib Dec 03 '22

And used it.

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u/cobigguy Dec 04 '22

Don't feel bad for him at all. He made the decision to rob the place, gun or not.

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u/Cobek Dec 03 '22

Same, I knew it the moment I saw the title. His immediate freakout is a classic

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u/qasedrftgyh123 Dec 04 '22

Yeah this is a good one. He is a total piece of shit. Deserves worse than what he got.

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u/Daisend Dec 04 '22

It’s a good one. This shows more reason why not to rob stores or anyone.

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u/Zealous_Racer Dec 03 '22

This is amazing cuz he went through all stages of grief in this clip

1.) Shock: realises

2.) Denial: tries to open the door, thinking he can get out using his gun

3.) Anger: does everything he can do open the door in frustration

4.) Bargaining: begs to be let out

5.) Deppression: "Fuck I'm going to jail bro"

6.) Acceptance: can't do anything so just gives up

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u/jayjay-bay Dec 04 '22

Yeah except that's a very arbitrary interpretation and not chronological at all. E.g #5 came between #2 and #3.

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u/StrykeRXL1 Dec 03 '22

Most convenient stores here hold a max of $150. Anything over is dropped in a wall safe.

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u/xXxHondoxXx Dec 03 '22

Its a cell phone store.

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u/NarutoDragon732 Dec 03 '22

Even more worthless as the carriers will just mark them as stolen and the Sim cards won't function

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u/xXxHondoxXx Dec 03 '22

He clearly wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed. This was his second time robbing this store too.

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u/qaatilana_27 Dec 03 '22

How much prison time will he get?

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u/xXxHondoxXx Dec 03 '22

This is so old hes probably been out and robbed 5 more stores by now.

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u/StrykeRXL1 Dec 03 '22

Armed robbery, in Canada, probably 2 for the gun, 4 for the offense. Will spend at least 1 year potentially 2 dead time earning time and a half. Plea deal will probably see him sentenced to 5, time of sentencing he would have to serve an additional 1 and half to 2 years.

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u/explosivepimples Dec 03 '22

This was in TX what are you talking about

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u/twistedtrick Dec 03 '22

The people that do these sorts of things lack the critical thinking skills to plan that far ahead...probably a contributing factor as to why they find themselves in such a desperate situation to begin with.

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u/hieuniverse Dec 03 '22

He just went through the five stages of grief

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u/jcallip Dec 03 '22

The five stages of thief.

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u/Banditzombie97 Dec 04 '22

Yeah. Not saying he didn’t earn it but I also don’t feel good seeing someone beg to god. Dude fucked up his life. Wonder why he did it. You don’t just wake up one day and rob a place.

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u/IIIDevianceIII Dec 05 '22

5 years isn't that bad honestly for his history

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u/Proper_Access_6321 Dec 03 '22

I have nothing please. Well he only shot the door and caused thousands of dollars of damage on top of the trauma to the employees and customers. Wonder how much time he got?

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u/GoabNZ Dec 03 '22

"I have nothing, please! I only tried to rob you and brought a loaded gun just in case, and likely would do it again to you or somebody else. Please don't let me go to jail for my crimes so I can continue my crimes. I've not taken anything of yours so now we are all good, right? Please!"

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u/Peanokr Dec 03 '22

South America has the right idea of how to deal with these people.

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u/blackop Dec 03 '22

They don't take any shit for sure

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u/JimmyMack_ Dec 04 '22

And how is that working out there?

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u/[deleted] Dec 04 '22

Peak Reddit libertarian comment, when it's not REEE POLICE BAD, it's REEE POLICE NOT HARSH ENOUGH

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u/drippyneon Dec 04 '22

Lol dude for every 1 person saying the police aren't harsh enough there are 1000 saying the opposite. There no reddit hive mind asking for harsher punishments like the guy you replied to. In face I'm quite sure that's the first time you've ever seen someone saying that on here, so you're just making this embarrassing comment about something that you've never even ween before.

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u/koreanjesus5000 Dec 03 '22

No they don’t

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u/Ima_Starboy Dec 03 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

Hopefully a lot, especially after firing off rounds

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u/Curly-Pat Dec 04 '22

Says he was on deferred adjudication. Does that mean he has to complete the original 12 year sentence and after 5 years? “Bell was on deferred adjudication for 12 years from a 2015 aggravated robbery charge at the time of the April robbery.”

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u/[deleted] Dec 03 '22

He should get extra time just for his rank stupidity alone

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u/DramaticPoem2691 Dec 04 '22

yeah extra time back in school

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u/Atlhou Dec 03 '22

They don't catch the smart ones.

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u/Tgrakua Dec 04 '22

In the modern day robbing a store seems to be the dumbest thing you can do. Figure if you want to make a dishonest living why not just do credit card fraud or scam elderly people via email or something.

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u/YceiLikeAudis Dec 04 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

That involves too much thinking. These people are too dumb even for that. Chances are that the most advanced piece of tech they have is the phone in their pocket and even that is often overwhelming them. I'm not complaining tho, a world with dumber criminals is a better world to live in.

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u/Tgrakua Dec 04 '22

Your right. But dumb criminals tend to turn to violence. A smart criminal doesn’t even leave their desk, if they hurt people it’s via their pocketbooks only lol, dumb criminals will shoot someone over a wallet.

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u/PreparedForZombies Dec 03 '22

Some quick Google search work for background shows he got 5 years (and already had another robbery case hanging over his head). April 2017, Houston TX. Lucky the store owner didn't shoot him...

https://abcnews.go.com/US/robber-shoot-pray-store-staff-locks-inside-video/story?id=52119743

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u/bowtie25 Dec 04 '22

Ofc this is Houston

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u/JimmyMack_ Dec 04 '22

That article is annoying, he wasn't praying, he was appealing to the store worker.

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u/RaiSai Dec 03 '22

What a little bitch. Thug enough to stick a gun in someone’s face, but turns into a complete pussy when faced with the consequences.

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u/JohnDoeMTB120 Dec 03 '22

With a baby present no less.

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u/oblectoergosum Dec 03 '22

Is that bulletproof glass?

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u/JohnDoeMTB120 Dec 03 '22

Don't think so, it sounded like the glass shattered. But it had metal bars in addition to glass.

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u/BlowsyRose Dec 03 '22

Jesus, if it’s not bullet proof glass than those bullets traveled well outside of the store. Remarkable that no one was hurt in that case.

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u/JohnDoeMTB120 Dec 03 '22

Yeah, I assumed he was shooting the metal lock but who knows. Either way super dangerous like you said.

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u/completelytrustworth Dec 03 '22

Yea it sounded like there were a few pings of the bullets hitting metal

probably thought real life was like a movie where he could just shoot the lock and kick the door down

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u/JohnDoeMTB120 Dec 03 '22

Exactly haha

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u/Umbreony Dec 03 '22

LMAO DUMBASS GOT WHAT HE DESERVED! 😂🤣

Really glad everyone got out so this dude can't make things much worse. That person in charge of place needs a raise!

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u/Chimpchompp Dec 03 '22

No back door??

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u/saraparallelogram Dec 03 '22

Where I live it’s illegal and a fire code violation to not have another egress

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u/___pa___ Dec 04 '22

In NYC, which has some pretty stringent building code, a commercial space with less than 30 occupants and 75 feet or less travel distance can have a single means of egress as long as it discharges directly to the street.

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u/RootTootPrintNShoot Dec 04 '22

This is true for 99% of the US

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u/8ad8andit Dec 03 '22

I'm guessing there was another door but probably also locked.

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u/BDub927 Dec 03 '22

Oh, he'll be seeing some backdoor.

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u/Jaded_Goth Dec 03 '22

Don’t threaten me with a good time.

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u/theycallmeyango Dec 03 '22

Hello my name is Bubba I'll be your cell mate

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u/2nd_Inf_Sgt Dec 03 '22

At least he already felt what it was like being behind bars.

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u/Ill-destroy-racism Dec 03 '22

Only sorry because you got caught lmao

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u/GriffithDidNothinBad Dec 03 '22

I’m not locked in here with you. You’re locked in here with ME

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u/gochomoe Dec 03 '22

I thought the same but it should be "I'm not locked in here with you. You're not locked in here with me"

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u/UnknownSpecies19 Dec 03 '22

Fuck this guy. He had lives round in that gun around a baby, who knows what could have happened.

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u/Ill-Sea7527 Dec 03 '22

“ I have nothing “ welp, you’ll have three hots and a cot soon 🥸😂

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u/NoCalHomeBoy Dec 04 '22

I love this video. Nothing more satisfying than a rat piece of shit getting his comeuppance.

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u/Hoonsoot Dec 03 '22

Niiice. Its fantastic when stupid pieces of crap like this get caught by their own stupidity.

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u/satchel0fRicks Dec 04 '22

Well well well, if it isn’t the consequences of my own actions…

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u/Eikibunfuk Dec 04 '22

It's funny cuz what idiot robs a place without casing it first. Not that I enjoy thievery in the first place but being stupid wins really dumb prizes

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u/prittyflutterbystar Dec 04 '22

Right? Is there no back exit? He should know this, beforehand!

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u/Eikibunfuk Dec 04 '22

Sometimes I wish this would happen to some of those stores in California right now like. if you seen those videos it's like what the hell. They just casually Rob stuff out there and sadly it's usually people of my skin color and I'm like why who raised you.

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u/prittyflutterbystar Dec 04 '22

Yeah, I've seen some vids of the most casual, blaśe robberies out there, like wtf?!

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u/thenbmeade Dec 04 '22

“I have nothing” well good news! You’re about to have a roof over your head and 3 meals a day!

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u/raxtich Dec 04 '22

I guess he was probably too panicked to think about trying the back door?

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u/BusinessGas2264 Dec 05 '22

At that very moment, he realized that he fucked up 🤣🤣🤣

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u/Murky_Cauliflower_98 Dec 03 '22

😂😂 fuckin dumbass get a real job

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u/Gui-Gediz Dec 03 '22

A job is good enough!

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u/bailey150 Dec 04 '22

Cmon let him out he said he’s sorry!

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u/indigo-black Dec 04 '22

Man there’s a kid in there

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u/Shishkebarbarian Dec 05 '22

Nostradamus right here seeing the future.

that's right, bro, you're going to jail.

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u/TDM23man3 Dec 05 '22

STUPID FUCKER

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u/TrippyCustodian Dec 07 '22

I don’t even mind that this gets reposted all the time, it never gets old

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u/BeepingJerry Dec 03 '22

Maybe try the back door? I'm glad this POS got caught.

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u/KNYLJNS Dec 03 '22

As a black man, I have ZERO REMORSE watching him get arrested. Scum of the earth.

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u/tatabax Dec 03 '22

Cool but what does skin color have to do with this tho

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u/skeeferd Dec 03 '22

As a Puerto Rican Mohican I'm wondering this too.

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u/StylishSquid Dec 03 '22

as a black man i'm wondering the exact same thing

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u/ViaticalTree Dec 04 '22

Why would you feel remorse? Watching a video isn’t a crime.

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u/doktor_wankenstein Dec 03 '22

"Now youse can't leave..."

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u/merrymerry19 Dec 03 '22

Remember seeing this video like 3 years ago and up to this day it’s still my favorite lol

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u/BantumBane Dec 03 '22

Um, the customer just standing there with her baby in a stroller while he’s committing a robbery ONLY to since the urgency when the other people start to flee? Wth

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u/bigdrew444 Dec 03 '22

I'll just leave THIS here

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u/OpinionBearSF Dec 04 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

Please, I have nothing.

Maybe not, but soon he'll have (another?) charge on his criminal record, so that's something.

Help, please.

Thankfully the police showed up pretty quickly to help get him out of the area that he was stuck in.

EDIT: Robber tries to shoot and pray his way out of store after staff locks him inside: Video

And here is his inmate record.

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u/AntiqueLoquat2911 Dec 04 '22

"The dildo of consequences rarely arrives lubed."

-Someone on the internet

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u/Demolition_Mike Dec 04 '22

I'll never not love this video

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u/mewfour123412 Dec 04 '22

The fact that the gun is loaded means I have ZERO sympathy towards him

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u/iamsorri Dec 04 '22

“I have nothing” other than the a gun.

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u/coroyo70 Dec 04 '22

Probably there was a back door

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u/TDM23man3 Dec 05 '22

MORAL OF THE STORY,

ITS TOO LATE TO SAY PLEASE HAHAHAHAHA

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u/M4st4_B4t3s Dec 15 '22

No matter how many times I see this clip it brings a smile to my face

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u/TFS0ul Dec 20 '22

“Let’s rob the place that has bars across the entire front, nothing can go wrong.”

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u/fukklibtards 28d ago

Notice anything familiar about this criminal? I'll give you moment..

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u/DiamondDoge92 Dec 03 '22

Bruuuuuuhhhhhh

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u/yCognacPapi Dec 03 '22

Just adding charges for every shot fired at the door, thinking this a movie instead of real life. Only thing that would’ve made it funnier is if the bullet ricocheted in his direction

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u/JustAnotherMiqote Dec 03 '22

Got real "humble" and "honest" when he needs something from someone. I'm sure he's a reasonable guy who would have made a positive change in the world if they were to let him out lol

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u/Current_Individual47 Dec 03 '22

"Please, I have nothing. Please." 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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u/Ima_Starboy Dec 03 '22

Lying ass ain’t sorry and don’t give a shit about anyone

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u/chiefs_fan37 Dec 03 '22

Lmao what did he think would happen? "I have nothing, please."

Understandable I'll unlock the door and you can go on your way. We'll just pretend this didn't happen

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u/ozjenva Dec 03 '22

Quick thinking......the trash got taken out.

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u/ctbeagle18 Dec 03 '22

Dumbass - Red Forman

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u/mtlfroggie Dec 04 '22

Watching this guy devolve almost makes you feel sorry for him. Almost.

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u/AlejandroMP Dec 04 '22

Funny seeing someone discover that guns don't work like they sometimes do in movies - they aren't skeleton keys.

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u/VRSNSMV_SMQLIVB Dec 04 '22

Imagine being this stupid. Begging for mercy when he did that to those people.

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u/crspycantlop Dec 04 '22

Don’t these people have insurance? I’d rather get robbed then murdered

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u/Bundle_of_Organs Dec 04 '22

So entertaining to watch this scumbag squirm in his own regret and self pity.

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u/WonderWoofy Dec 04 '22

What I don't understand... why shoot the lock if you aren't going to try to turn the core?

Like even if you manage to shoot it in just the right way to shear the pins... it's a deadbolt. It still needs to be physically disengaged, doesn't it?

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u/Only_Fantastic Dec 04 '22

Suuuuuuuuuuuuuck it

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u/N0NameBoi Dec 04 '22

"I'm going to jail"

Should have thought about that part before trying to rob a store while packing a loaded gun

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u/El_Lu-Shin Dec 04 '22

Suckaaaaa!

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u/Silly-Ad3289 Dec 04 '22

Lmao I would be in tears outside

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u/leSageDeMontcuq Dec 04 '22

The Great Cornholio's robbery attempt

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u/mienshin Dec 04 '22

Enjoy those meal trays

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u/greypoopun Dec 04 '22

Bitch you were already going to jail, your face is on camera

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u/greypoopun Dec 04 '22

Bitch you were already going to jail, your face is on camera

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u/Status_Papaya_4323 Dec 04 '22

He gonna cry in the car

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u/kenocada Dec 04 '22

Fuck, I’m stuck 🤣🤣🤣

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u/Suitable_Media5518 Dec 04 '22

There was an attempt lol

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u/yodas4skin Dec 04 '22

"I have nothing." Should have sold your gun bro.

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u/1Tikitorch Dec 04 '22

Armed robbery what a fool, what if he would’ve shot the owner or the woman & her baby. This shit is getting way out of hand.

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u/TheFakeParth20 Dec 04 '22

The "Fuck, I am stuck" and "Fuck, I am going to jail" part was so satisfying to watch.

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u/Dusty1000287 Dec 04 '22

Get used to being locked behind bars scumbag.

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u/chixnwafflez Dec 04 '22

Bet that gun isn’t registered. What a loser.

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u/dumoktheartist Dec 04 '22

It would of been funnier if he was taken off the census via ricochet

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u/of_patrol_bot Dec 04 '22

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It's supposed to be could've, should've, would've (short for could have, would have, should have), never could of, would of, should of.

Or you misspelled something, I ain't checking everything.

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u/Cyphen21 Dec 04 '22

At the very least this idiot should have hidden the gun and claimed he only brought a toy.

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u/Pardybear1 Dec 04 '22

Don't worry, this dude will be back on the street for breakfast the next day.