“I may be dumb, but I’m not stupid. “~Terry Bradshaw
When I heard about this story being pulled off by a “teenager” I immediately was giving the benefit of the doubt. But when I heard that Hannah Sabata is 19 year old from Nebraska, I knew right away that this award would be given.
If by now you still haven’t heard about this story. Hannah did one of the dumbest things ever. And then she went on to do even more dumb things which ultimately led to her arrest by local police.
Hannah robbed a local bank. She scored over $6,000 in cash. Then she decided to share her store about her score. But not only did she rob a bank, but she stole a car, and was in possession of about an ounce of drugs. And something to use it with. All of which, she recorded a video and then solidified her spot with the award by posting the video on YouTube.
So it was no shock to me when I kept listening to this girl’s story that she was eventually busted and then arrested. What kills me is the fact that she was led out of the house in handcuffs and smiling the entire way. A news crew was filming and even at one point it looks as if she tries to bolt away from custody of the officer for a getaway. But she didn’t get as far as the lengths of her arms.
She’s obviously done this kind of crap for attention. Well now, she’s got it because now she’s in jail.
I wonder what the heck has been missing from her life that she decided to start to steal stuff- cars, money, drugs, etc.