When are people going to learn to stop doing this? Dont’ answer that.
A brazen Nebraska bank robbery ended with the arrest of a teenage girl who boasted on YouTube about carrying out the crime.
Hannah Sabata, 19, faces theft and robbery charges in connection with the Nov. 28 holdup at a Cornerstone Bank in Waco, Neb. Sabata was also allegedly driving a stolen car, what she described as a “shiny” Pontiac Grand Am.
The teen doesn’t speak during the eight minute video, but instead holds up handwritten signs about her alleged crimes and then fans out a stack of cash.
The title of the video is “Chick bank robber,” and the description says “I just stole a car and robbed a bank. Now I’m rich, I can pay off my college financial aid and tomorrow I’m going for a shopping spree.”
If you paid attention when we went through this before, you know what I’m about to say. In her YouTube video, Sabata was helpful enough to wear the same clothes she wore during the crime she confessed to, just in case the police had any doubts about who they were looking for.
You can watch pure criminal genius in action here, if you wish. I’m not going to embed it since the video has an age restriction on it and makes you sign in to confirm your age. Effective security, since nobody ever lies about their age on the internet.