A Store Clerk Gives a Hilarious Play-by-Play of Her Own Thwarted Robbery

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This man in Salt Lake City, Utah was arrested just minutes after this inept robbery, where he spent five whole minutes asking for cash and cigarettes. Five minutes, in case you weren't aware, is plenty of time to get the police to your location - especially if the sarcastic clerk in question is able to sneak around and get your license plate number.

Exposure of the Day: Australian Woman Flashes Google Street View Car

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Well, she can check that one off her bucket list.

Karen Davis of Port Pirie, Australia has exposed her breasts to the entire world via Google Street View, and she is ecstatic.

"I look at Google Maps a lot and I wanted to be on there and I thought this is the way to do it," she said.

She recently chased down the mapping car and flipped up her shirt just in time for the image to be immortalized online. Although Google seems to have since blurred out her entire body.

News sites all over the world have reported on her little stunt, which she says was mostly for fun. But there was also a message behind it.

"I want my kids to be proud of their body and proud of who they are no matter what they look like," she told The Project.

She was later reported to the police for disorderly behavior, because someone doesn't have a sense of humor.

And she recently turned herself in to the authorities.

"I thought I would save them the petrol," she told The Recorder.

Not Seen on Camera in New York: Terrifying Blizzard Snow. Caught on Camera: Sweet Drifting.

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In the Most Canadian News Story Ever, a Driver Runs Into a Restaurant, Buys a Round of Wings on the House to Apologize

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Via CBCNews:

None of the customers at the Shoal Harbour Drive restaurant were seated at the centre tables when the truck crashed through the front window into the dining area.

The apologetic driver bought wings for the startled customers who were in the restaurant at the time.

A spokesperson with the company said there was no structural damage to the building, just broken windows and damaged furniture.

Patrons at This Starbucks "Payed it Forward" for 10 Hours, and Why it Ended is Even More Perplexing

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And here's the story about how it all ended. What do you think? Jerk move, or does this guy have a point?

UCLA Flooded Yesterday, and the Local News Gets Pranked When They Asked for a Student's Testimony

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We Met a Real American Hero Today

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