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    Man accidentally shoots himself during store robbery


    KOKOMO, Ind. (AP) — Kokomo police say a man accidentally shot himself in the groin as he was robbing a convenience store.

    A clerk told police a man carrying a semiautomatic handgun entered the Village Pantry this morning demanding cash and a pack of cigarettes. The clerk put the cash in a bag and as she turned to get the cigarettes, she heard the gun discharge.

    Police say surveillance video shows the man shooting himself as he placed the gun in the waistband of his pants. The clerk wasn't injured.
    A short time later, police found 25-year-old Derrick Kosch at a home with a gunshot wound to his right testicle and lower left leg. He was expected to have surgery at a hospital.

    Police plan to charge him with armed robbery.

    http://www.theindychannel.com/news/15051234/detail.html



    Should have gotten a holster I guess.







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    ROFL.

    I just fell out of my chair.

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    This is just too funny. What gets me is that the guy went to his Grandmothers house and told her he was shot while someone was trying to rob him. What a ******.
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    :celebrateThat idiot shouldexpect toreceive a "Darwin Award".

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    A holster won't neccessarily help. If your finger is on the trigger while you try to put your gun in your pants or a holster, your pants/holster will push your finger into the trigger.

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    I'll bet he doesn't have the balls to try that a second time!!!!:shock::shock: OK that's just :shock:now.







    Sorry, couldn't resist.

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    Nope, he only has the ball to do it once more. After that, then i think he's done.

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    ... one word. Ouch.:what:

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    Good for him !! I love it ...

    I couldn't imagine the world of hurt this scumbucket was in :what:... but I hope he enjoyed it :celebrate:celebrate

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    VApatriot wrote:
    :celebrateThat idiot shouldexpect toreceive a "Darwin Award".
    Only if he managed to do enough damage to remove himself from the gene pool. Although you generally have to get yourself killed, there are ways, such as this incident perhaps, to meet the qualification of removing yourself from the gene pool.
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