We've seen some wild crime stories as of late coming out of the Houston area from car dealerships of all places. One of those stories featured a woman who went on a rampage at one dealership, vandalizing the lot with "Jesus Loves You" graffiti while busting windows and WALLS before stealing a Mercedes. We just came across another robbery story this week, this time involving a goofy "would be" robber who quickly reconsidered his actions when the tables got turned against him.

 Houston Police said the incident happened the evening of March 21.

According to ABC13, two men went to the dealership and one of the men asked if he could test drive one of the cars on the lot. That's when they walked into the employee's office. As the victim sat behind his desk, he told police he noticed the man pulling up his shirt and grabbing a gun. The employee reacted fast, pulling out his own gun, at which point police said the suspect yelled, "No!". The man turned around, walked out of the office and took off running.

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Despite his "laughing" it off, the suspect and the person who drove him to the dealership are now both wanted for aggravated robbery. Police described one of the suspects as a Black man between the ages of 28 and 40, standing between 5 feet, 7 inches and 5 feet, 9 inches tall, and weighing 250 pounds. He was last seen wearing a gray hoodie and black pants. Police did not provide much description on the second suspect other than he is a Black man and the Mercedes he drove off in has temporary plates.

After watching this video several times over, I decided that we really needed to take a deeper dive into the thought process of this goofy criminal. I call him goofy because you gotta be one GOOFY Mfer to want to try to rob someone with a GUN but when the tables turn, the "nervous laughter" kicks in. Let's analyze this tomfoolery shall we?

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