Philadelphia police are on the hunt for a serial retail thief who stole a bunch of power tools from a Home Depot, punched a cop in the face, and jumped onto the hood of a Honda, high-tailing it away from the crime scene like Paul Walker in Furious 7.
Ostensibly Diperso had just committed a crime when this was taken, before getting caught. It's unclear if he was so tired from his heist that he was mid-yawn, or if he was just suffering from allergies.
In any case, the 26-year-old wound up on the cops' radar again on Saturday after he allegedly walked into a Home Depot in suburban Philadelphia, picked up a table saw and a drill, and then strolled out without paying for them, according to police. When an off-duty cop confronted him, he apparently decked the guy in the face. Diperso then reportedly jumped onto the hood of a blue Honda Accord, driven by an accomplice, and managed to hang on while the car sped out of the parking lot, pulling off a Hollywood escape.
According to police, this isn't the first time Diperso has been accused of robbing a retail store. He was arrested back in 2012 on robbery charges and for carrying a firearm without a license. This time, apparently, he made sure he'd have the wheels to evade the cops and avoid having to take his mugshot picture over again.
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