Crime

Does This Look Like the Face of a Guy Who Paid a Wizard $500 to Make Him Invisible So He Could Rob Banks Undetected?

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(FF.com) Never trust strangers. That is something most of us were taught by our parents or guardians at an early stage of our life, especially if the stranger says he is a sorcerer who can turn you invisible whilst you rob a bank!

Unfortunately, for one man in Iran, he made the mistake of trusting a fake sorcerer who convinced him that he was invisible and could rob a bank safely. The man explained to the court that he had paid five million rials (just under £290) to a wizard imposter, who in return gave him a set of spells to tie to his arm. The fake sorcerer explained to him that the spells would make him invisible, and that he could then rob banks all he wanted.

The man’s ill-fated attempt to rob the bank started to go wrong after he entered the bank and started randomly snatching money from the hands of customers, before they decided to act quickly and overpower the thief.

The man told the court, ‘I made a mistake. I understand now what a big trick was played on me.’

What I don’t get is why no one’s concerned about an impostor wizard out there who’s going around telling people he has the power to turn them invisible.  Why isn’t that guy being tracked down right this second?  Because let’s face it, how can you blame the guy that tried to rob the bank?  He thought he was invisible.  Open and shut case.  Whoever’s trying to act like they wouldn’t start robbing banks and sneaking into girls locker rooms if they suddenly had the power of invisibility is a flat out liar.

The real criminal here is this fake wizard con-artist.  Like if I met a wizard today who told me he could turn me invisible for 500 dollars cash, there’s no doubt in my mind.  100 times out of 100, I’m taking this guy up on his offer.  You can’t afford not to.  Sure, odds are he’s not a wizard and he’s just cheating you out of 500 bucks.  But what if he really is a wizard?  What if he really could’ve made you invisible but you were too gutless to give him the chance.  There’s no way I’d be able to live with myself if I missed out on the opportunity to be invisible for the rest of my life.  I don’t care if it’s $500 or $5,000.  You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.  If you’re not willing to pay a wizard to turn you invisible, you’ll never be invisible.  It’s just common sense.

Ameteur Hour

wizard-bank-robber(FF.com) Never trust strangers. That is something most of us were taught by our parents or guardians at an early stage of our life, especially if the stranger says he is a sorcerer who can turn you invisible whilst you rob a bank!

Unfortunately, for one man in Iran, he made the mistake of trusting a fake sorcerer who convinced him that he was invisible and could rob a bank safely. The man explained to the court that he had paid five million rials (just under £290) to a wizard imposter, who in return gave him a set of spells to tie to his arm. The fake sorcerer explained to him that the spells would make him invisible, and that he could then rob banks all he wanted.

The man’s ill-fated attempt to rob the bank started to go wrong after he entered the bank and started randomly…

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