The world is turning into a cesspool of imbeciles. And you know what, there are two things in the world that are infinite: the universe and stupidity. But I’m not too sure about the universe.
Stupidity is an infinite spectrum and trust me, before you know it, you’re in there too being your hungover stupid self.
I’m sure you are all defending yourselves right now saying that that’s something you never did. Well, look back at your Facebook Wall. Maybe that will give you some memories that you want to get rid of.
While you’re still probably thinking of all the times you shouldn’t have done that particular thing OR you’re probably giving yourself a mental note on things you should never do again, you can still not escape the embarrassment. Oh yes, it’ll follow you forever.
When it comes to stupidity, there are no boundaries. There are people who drink and drive and put their families in danger. And there are people who water their plants in the rain even though they’re having perfect sense of mind. Well, you wouldn’t believe it when I say this but there are people like Jonathan Rivera from Connecticut. The 25-year-old man just went on the Level 9999 of Stupidity and crossed most of the limits. Well, here’s how you shouldn’t be a sloppy thinker and avoid the common traps of being one:
According to the Associated Press, Jonathan came up to the court and drove all the way over to the court, IN A STOLEN CAR. He was asked to answer a charge over a stolen car.
Jonathan Rivera was charged with theft of personal property or larceny. And he was also held accountable for tampering with a motor vehicle. He stole the vehicle back in February. So, you can pretty much guess the consequences he’d have to face for the first grade felony he had committed. Being the amazing man he is, he chose to drive all the way to the courthouse in the stolen car.
Jonathan was having a conversation at the court with the judge while the officers were scanning license plates in the parking lot of the courthouse. One of the cars had the number plate of a car that was stolen earlier. Instead of checking, they waited secretly for the driver to return to the parking lot. Being the imbelice he is, he returned and tried to drive away in the same stolen car. The police arrested him while he was trying to do so.
And guess what? He got new charges added to the list which included a second degree theft of personal property or larceny, an upgrade from his previous one. The second charge was that he took a motor vehicle without prior permission of the owner. Well, he’s definitely got a list of things he shouldn’t be doing from now on.