Man Advertises Crime On Shirt While Committing Crime A man wearing a shirt reading, "It's not a crime unless you get caught," was recorded stealing from a vending machine at a laundromat in Missouri. He hasn't been caught yet.
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Man Advertises Crime On Shirt While Committing Crime

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Man Advertises Crime On Shirt While Committing Crime

Man Advertises Crime On Shirt While Committing Crime

Man Advertises Crime On Shirt While Committing Crime

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A man wearing a shirt reading, "It's not a crime unless you get caught," was recorded stealing from a vending machine at a laundromat in Missouri. He hasn't been caught yet.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

It's not a crime unless you get caught. Those words were on the back of a man's T-shirt as he committed a crime. We know because a security camera showed him as he cracked open a vending machine at the Twin City Coin Laundry in Crystal City, Mo. This is a Class C felony, even though he's not yet caught. If you see him, you may know him by the 15 pounds of change and bills he stole, or by his sense of irony.

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