It's time, once again, to marvel at some idiots who don't know how to handle the world:
Cry-Baby #1: An unnamed family member of Adric White
The incident: A man was shot by an armed bystander while robbing a store at gunpoint.
The appropriate response: Nothing. Getting shot is an occupational hazard when you're an armed robber.
The actual response: A relative of the man who was shot spoke out, saying that the person who shot the robber was wrong to do so.
Earlier this month, 18-year-old Adric White attempted to carry out an armed robbery on a Family Dollar store in Mobile, Alabama.
During the robbery, a customer allegedly saw Adric, who was wearing a ski-mask, holding a gun to the head of one of the store's employees.
The customer, who hasn't been named, was armed at the time and drew his own gun.
He says he approached Adric, aimed his gun at him and said, "Hey, don't move."
At that point, the unnamed customer says, Adric swung around. "Before he had a chance to aim the gun at me. I fired. I didn't want to shoot him," he told FOX10 News.
Adric was shot five times but survived. He was taken to USA Medical Center where he remains in police custody.
While reporting on the robbery, FOX10 News spoke to a relative of Adric, who also was not named. The unnamed relative said of the unnamed customer:
“If his life was not in danger, if no one had a gun up to him, if no one pointed a gun at him, what gives him the right to think that it's okay to just shoot someone? You should have just left the store and went wherever you had to go in your car or whatever.”
At the time of the robbery, Adric was out on bond after being caught robbing an Oyster restaurant at gunpoint the month before. This would suggest he's not very good at robbing places at gunpoint, and should maybe try his hand at something else.
Police say that the man who shot Adric broke no laws and will not be charged.
Cry-Baby #2: Norman Kazmierski
Niles Herald Spectator via Reddit
The incident: Someone left a note on guy's car criticizing his parking
The appropriate response: Parking better.
The actual response: He went on a criminal revenge rampage against his neighbors.
Earlier this year, someone left a note on the windshield of 71-year-old Norman Kazmierski of Niles, Illinois (pictured above) after he'd parked poorly in the parking lot of his apartment building.
Gary Chase, the president of the condominium association for the complex Norman lives in, says the note asked Norman to "park properly so that others could park next to him."
Apparently he did not take the criticism well.
According to Norman's neighbors, he waged a campaign of terror against everyone who lived in his complex.
They say this included him shutting off the building's emergency sprinklers, keying people's cars and throwing eggs at front doors.
So, in an effort to calm the sitution, the condo board invited Norman to their next association meeting to talk about his issues.
According to a neighbor who attended the association meeting, Norman showed up, ate a couple of slices of the complimentary pizza the board orders for such gatherings, then immediately left.
Once the meeting was over, the assembled residents went back to their apartments to find someone had smeared human shit on to their front doors.
They suspected Norman, but had no way of proving it for sure, so they decided to spend $5000 installing security cameras in the building's parking lot.
The cameras, they say, caught Norman keying four parked cars belonging to residents. This footage was turned over to police.
Norman was arrested and charged with four counts of felony criminal damage to property. He has since moved out of the building.
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