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Crime Foiled by Bad Ass

These guys don’t sound like men with a plan…

The trio of Colombian criminals were forced to ditch their ill-gotten gains, during the 2am theft, after the animal started to bray and alerted police.

The group had managed to steal rum, oil, rice, cans of tuna and sardines from a small shop in the tiny north Caribbean town of Juan de Acosta, according to Noticias Caracol. They planned to load the goods onto 10-year-old Xavi, who they had stolen some 12 hours before, and make their escape.
But the animal let out a series of ‘hee-haws’ and unfortunately for the trio alerted nearby police.

They had to ditch the donkey, which was still carrying the stolen items, and ran to safety away from the officers. Shop owner Fabio Orozco said: “They came through the roof to rob. They took rum, rice, everything.” The donkey was detained in the town police station for 12 hours until owner Orlando Olivares was notified and came to collect him.

Always pay the donkey up front.

h/t: Instapundit

6 comments to Crime Foiled by Bad Ass

  • Stosh from the Sticks

    Sadly, in this country it’s the donkeys who are the thieves.

  • -fritz-

    It pays to be smarter than the equipment. Obviously these crooks were much more stupid than the donkey!

  • Texacalirose

    Donkeys are used universally as guards for sheep. They keep the wild animals away. Loyal can surely tell us a tail [sic] or two about this subject.

    • -fritz-

      What you said there, is a very apt description of why the democrats feel the need to constantly play “mom” to all the rest of American society. “Put on your galoshes!” “Put up the hood on your carcoat!” ” Wear that bike helmet!” “Wear those seatbelts!” “If it feels good…do it!” “Don’t play ‘cowboys & Indians’ because you might offend someone a thousand miles away!” Ad infinitum! Donkeys, my ass! 😀

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