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Man Attempts to Steal a House

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You’ve all heard of people robbing a house, but how many of you have heard of someone trying to steal the house? That’s exactly what an Ontario man attempted to do Wednesday.

According to reports, the owner arrived home to find his mobile home gone. The owner called the police, who later found the 45-foot, prefabricated home “a relatively short distance from where it was taken.” The suspect was charged with theft, mischief, and using forged documents to try and convince police that he owned the building.

Now, if this guy had actually pulled this heist off and made a clean getaway, I would have been quite impressed. But since he got caught, I’ll settle for laughing at how dumb this guy was to think he could actually steal a house.

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