Santa with Sunglasses Successfully Robs a BankWatch the full news report for the awesome, awesome story.
A man in a Santa suit robbed a bank successfully. He was wearing the beard, hat and suit, even the boots, according to witnesses.
Witnesses say the entire time, he seemed clumsy and jovial. The best part? This guy stayed in character the whole time. He told everybody he was doing this because he needed to pay off the elves. How fun.
The only serious thing about this was the part when he said if there were dye bombs in the money, he would come back and kill everyone.
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Santa Child Molester Stalks On The InternetIf Dateline NBC's "To Catch A Predator" had a Christmas episode, this guy could've been the star.
So here's what happened: The creep went on Yahoo Instant Messenger, found a profile that said it was a 13-year old girl, solicited her for sex, arranged a meeting time and place, went to said place, and got arrested because it turns out the profile was a cop in disguise. Just like in Dateline NBC's "To Catch A Predator"!
Here's the creepiest kicker: he was a shopping mall Santa for many years. Imagine, just imagine the number of children that sat on his lap over the years as he secretly wanted something he'd later actually act on.
Santa's lap will never feel safe again.
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Santa Attacks 74-Year-Old Woman with a 2x4It's always a good idea to never piss off a Santa when you see one, especially if you've just stolen $145 worth of Hershey's Kisses from him.
At least that was the excuse the perpetrating Santa came up with for physically attacking a 74-year old woman with a 2x4 wooden board at a mall. He was so enraged at this woman when she allegedly stole $145 worth of Hershey's kisses from him that he knocked the poor woman unconscious with one blow to the head (using, once again, a freakin 2x4.)
When another woman came to her aide, he quickly threatened her too.
He quickly fled when he figured out mall security was going to get him, that he wasn't the actual Santa Claus and that he wasn't above the law or something. He tried to get rid of his Santa costume in order to dispose of the evidence. It's too bad for him that he was seen doing so and got caught and arrested on sight.
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Man in Santa Suit Flashes Teens His MistletoeIt's that simple. Some guy dressed up as Santa walks into a mall and then he drops his pants in front of a couple of teens. And then he pulls them back up again until he finds another victim and then he drops his pants again.
He did this multiple times before mall security finally had to intervene and then asked him to leave. His response? He dropped his pants again, this time to a couple that was walking in. Aaand that's what got him arrested.
Mall customers were shocked to learn that this guy didn't even work for the mall because, c'mon, who really cares about mall patrons other than people seeking revenge?
The scary part was there seemed to have been no reason for this guy's action or no motive. He just acted on impulse, which will probably get him off with a psychological disorder plea. Either way, this flasher (who is strangely reminiscent of the antagonist in that dark Seth Rogan mall comedy Observe and Report) will definitely not be showing anyone his jingle bells anytime soon (at least not by his choice.)
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Children Cry As Santa Gets ArrestedAt a major Christmas event in the U.K., children were heartbroken to see police arrest Santa, er "Father Christmas", because of fighting and belligerence.
After Santa's sleigh showed up at a parade-like event, one of the Santas got into a fist fight with a local teen and they started going at it. It got so bad that not only did children start to cry all the way up and down the street, but the police needed to be called.
The spectacle was so intense, and the children were so traumatized from seeing what they believed to be the "real" Santa Claus not only get into a fight, but to then be arrested (ostensibly for the remainder of Christmas) that the officers had to take the children aside and explain to them that the Santa they saw was a fake.
"The children were understandably concerned and upset at seeing what they thought was the real Santa being arrested."
"Norfolk Police are certain that the real Santa would not approve of people behaving in this way and of course he will continue his pre-Christmas visits and delivery of gifts everywhere on Christmas Day."
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