Remember those classes in high school they had where girls had to carry around mechanical baby dolls that would cry every so often until you turned them off with some sort of key?
Please tell me this happened in another place besides just my high school.
Yeah, we’ll they should have classes where you have to post something ridiculous on Facebook and carry it around your neck all day.
‘Cause… this guy…
A man was arrested for stealing almost $2,000 in cash and jewelry from his sister and brother-in-law’s home after telling his friend about it on his Facebook page, officials said.
Jacinth Conti Jr. (FACBOOK PROFILE) stole $650 in cash and $1,250 in jewelry on Sept. 9 and 20 from the home of Andrew and Teresa Stevenson, 108 Sycamore Court, Northampton, Northampton Co., officials said.
Conti was taken to the Allentown Rescue Mission on Sept. 10 by the Stevensons, after they discovered he was doing nothing to find a job or help around the house, officials said.
The Stevensons reported a burglary at their home on Sept. 20 after Teresa had gone on to her brother’s Facebook page and saw that he told a friend that he had stolen items and money from his sister’s home, officials said.
Four days later, police retrieved two pawn slips with Conti’s name on them from the Northampton Coin Coin and Jewelry Center, 1918 Main St., Northampton, officials said.
Store videos showed Conti telling a clerk he was visiting from Florida and had to pawn three rings and a necklace that were part of his sister’s estate because he needed the money to retrieve her body and her child’s body from the hospital, officials said.
Conti also said his sister and her child had been killed in an accident involving a dump truck, they added. SOURCE: WFMZ.com
Ww, that’s worse than telling your boss you can’t come to work because your already dead great-grandma died. I’m sure his sister appreciates the fun story!
Please someone have access to those videos and please someone have access to his full Facebook. I can only see his awesome tux wearing prowress.
Now, I am not telling anyone to go ahead and steal from their family, but, if you’re going to, posting it on Facebook probably isn’t the best course of action,
At least steal from someone who isn’t in your network, yo!