hihihi, Do you beliebe that?
October 20, 2012 12:31am CST
A thief got 4 ancient watches ( its values is 300 000 usd) and one gold necklace in a show zone of a resort. When polices start to investigate about this steal, after 4 days, the thief returned to polices 4 ancient watches and 20 bottles of beer. He sent a message to the director of the resort with a content: He sold a gold necklace already, then he will re-buy it when he has money in the next month and he will return that gold necklace. I don't know what is the next with that thief, but it is very funny with all what he did.
2 people like this
22 Oct 12
Hahahaha it is funny, maybe the ancient watches has a kind of curses or magic spell so the thief had to return back the watches to where it belongs or else he would be cursed and living in a misery . Or the thief has never done any crime before and he felt guilty for stealing the ancient watches and gold necklace so he return it back. But the police still need to investigate this case.
23 Oct 12
Yeah, polices have to do it and currently no new information about that stealing. I guess that thief may not stay in a camp since he returned to the owner, he may pay a fine only. In fact, rarely there are funny thieves like him in here right now.
23 Oct 12
Hahahaha This is really a funny case, he wont need to stay in jail because he was borrowing the watches without permission and then return it back to the real owner with a note that he would return the jewelry after he got money. Is there follow up news from this case? Im curious to know the motive of the thief why he stole the watches and necklace.
22 Oct 12
I was reading the other day about how the owner of a stolen bicycle got his bike back with an apology note and $10 from the thief to replace the cable lock that the thief broke when stealing the bike. The note explains why the thief did what he did, and how he was glad the police finally caught up with him because he just could not live with himself knowing what he did. The thief even offered a piece of advice for the owner to use the $10 to buy a U-lock instead of the easily cut cable lock to prevent the bike from getting stolen again.