If there has ever been a reasonable case for a plea of insanity, maybe it's this one.
Andrew Gilbertson is charged with robbing a Bank of America in October 2013 - which is perhaps the first bullet point in an insane person. I mean come on, there are SO many easier illegal ways to get money in 2015. While taking the stand this Wednesday, he reached into his pants to grab his own personal brand for a snack, as instructed to him by the Virgin Mary herself.
Unsurprisingly, the court was called into a recess, where a mental health expert was called in to analyze Gilbertson's behavior.
Here's a video report of the full story, which thankfully does not feature any actual footage of the "One Disturbed Man, One Cup" incident:
Hat tip to Uproxx.
Walmart not only has falling prices, it’s also got strange men falling out of the ceiling.
A shoplifter was apprehended by security at a store in Mobile, Alabama last Wednesday after trying to walk away with a debit card, some shoes, a hat, a watch and some underwear.
They locked him up in the security office, but he mysteriously disappeared.
“He had climbed on a desk, jumped into the ceiling, then tried to escape,” said a witness named Brannan Lynn, who recorded the whole thing on his phone.
The suspect made his way to the entryway of the store where he then kicked he way through, dangling for a few minutes before hopping down to the ground.
He eventually ran into the parking lot and drove away in his car.
You can check out some more raw footage of the daring escape on LiveLeak.
Can you spot the man in the photo above?
Inept car thief Jose Espinoza was running from the cops in Madera, California last weekend, when he came up with what he believed was a genius escape plan.
He spray painted himself black as a disguise. Needless to say, it didn't work, especially considering he was standing next to a white wall, as Corp. Josiah Arnold told CNN.
The Madera Police Department later posted his mugshot to Facebook, with this amazing caption: "The camouflage was ineffective."
Your move Florida Man.
The Akron, Ohio Police Department is in a desperate search to find this car-ty pooper. Apparently he's left his gifts inside or on top of 19 different vehicles, occasionally even opening unlocked vehicles in order to do so.
Truly, we live in benighted times.
From the Smoking Gun:
A trio of teenage burglars who stole cash, jewelry, electronics, and prescription drugs from a Missouri residence also thought they got away with a stash of c0caine they found in a wooden box, only to later discover that the powder was actually the cremated remains of the homeowner’s father, police report.
Upon determining that they were not, in fact, in possession of c0caine, the teens discarded the remains out the window of their getaway car. One of the burglars actually tasted the powder and realized it was not a controlled substance.