If there are any prospective bank robbers out there (I hope there aren’t) the first rule is to keep the job on the DL. That means you shouldn’t talk about it with friends or leave a bread crumb trail on social media. That’s exactly what 19-year-old Hanna Sabata did.
The Nebraska resident was arrested last week on charges of grand theft auto and bank robbery. After the job was done, she bragged about it using a series of handwritten notes in a YouTube video that was uploaded shortly before her arrest.
She currently waits trial and the police said the video will likely be used against her. In the meantime can we all just take this in with the appropriate gifs?
Watch it here
You should really be careful what you say, or else karma will come right up to you and kick you in the nuts (literally). During the London Games Australian sports commenter Sam Newman called taekwondo the most ridiculous thing he’d ever seen — not in a good way. He caused an uproar and though he was originally going to retract what he said, he didn’t end up doing it.
That’s where Aussie Olympians Safwan Khalil and Carmen Marton come in. They appeared on The Footy Show and made Newman reconsider his words… and eventually apologize.
This young Girl Scout should be awarded insignia for teaching us all a little something about karma. Rule: it’s not polite to brag about your fortunes in life, even if your Grandma did buy a load of Girl Scout cookies, making you the number one seller. Don’t worry, the girl’s mom says on YouTube that she didn’t get hurt, but it sure doesn’t sound like that. Ouch!