You know what they say. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
These five burglars definitely learned the hard way that a life of crime doesn’t pay and karma will always have her way. According to Kompas, a group of burglars in Makassar, Indonesia picked the wrong house to break into.
Although they made sure that the coast was clear by checking that the home owners were out of town, they forgot to find out why they were out of town in the first place. As it turns out, the reason the owners weren’t home was because they were tested positive for Covid-19 and had to be quarantined.
Well, these burglars didn’t just fail at doing their research but also failed in evading the Indonesian police. In fact, they were caught within 24 hours and were subsequently detained at the police station of the Panakkukang district in Makassar. The 5 were kept in seperate jail cells to avoid possible infection to other inmates.
All 5 were then forced to do a Covid-19 rapid test at the courtyard of the Panakkukang police station. The media was also present as you can see via this video by Kompas TV here:
During the burglary, these 5 burglars broke into the house and stole 15 grams of gold accessories and around RM6,000 cash.
Well, it’s never a good thing to wish a bad thing to happen to a fellow human beings. However, it’s safe to say that we won’t be losing any sleep if these fellas tests positive for the virus. 😛
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