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Seemed so casual in the reflection


He's used to it by now, they've been doing the same thing everyday for the past 10 years and the guy with the gun is always a second too late


Like a Jerry Lewis movie


Reminds me of Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog


Mornin’ Ralph.


Mornin’ Sam.


We'll try again tomorrow Ralph. Ok, see you then Sam.


Bread and butter.


“Hello Ralph” “Hello Fred”


Stick em! Up? *groans




Hi practical jokers, I’m Dad


Hi dad I'm hungry.


Stupid Hebert


Morning Ralph, morning Sam....


I understand that reference.


Lord of the rings!


Saturday morning cartoons, man!


*Wuts satuhday mornin cartoons precious?*


Afterwards he heads down to his local sandwich shop across the street for the usual. He prefers turkey over the ham.


Franz’s day only got better after this, afterwards he found a Nickel on the ground


Dormamu, I've come to bargain.


"See you tomorrow, Greg!"


You better get all the bags in one trip though.


Kind of like [Anna](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYUgbMhrpcI)?


But right about the 11 second mark if you watch the reflection closely you can see that once he spots the guy coming at him, he is running away. He was only calm before because he didn't see him or think he was a threat until he notices his gun at which point he starts running away. It's a little hard to make out but if you watch closely it's clear that at around 11 seconds he ran away.


The guy takes one regular step then leans into a run. You can see his body position and that is not from the warping of the glass yet. If anyone tried walking with that much lean forward, they would be eating the tile floor in that building


Yup last frame of the guy inside is him scramming the hell outta there


You're right, he did run away at the end but he noticed the guy with the gun before turning the corner to the door. You can see the gunmans legs at the top right at the beginning of the video. The key guy looks over his shoulder slightly as he's using the key. Then runs in the reflection.


Yeah I think he was at least alert to his presence but maybe wasn't sure if he is a threat. But he sure as hell knew something might be up with that guy and once he saw the guy coming with a gun he knew for sure and went running.


Video is zoomed in, guy saw the robber in the eyes, turned around and kept walking




a smart shooter, shooting the glass would have alarmed people near him


Everyone knows glass is extremely good at reflecting light. Bullets travel fast, so are basically light. Therefore, glass reflects bullets.


Who art thou, so wise in the ways of science




From Monty Python and the holy grail


Joke's on you, he's using heavy bullets and like you've said, glass only reflects light not heavy. Therefore he could've shattered the glass if he wanted to.


False, he is using a handgun, handguns are light and therefore only use light bullets




I am Sam. I am high. I have no idea what the fuck your talking about.


So if she weighs the same as a duck…then she’s made of wood…and therefore…?…????……..a witch!!!


Yep, because nobody would have heard the gunshot.


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"Sir! Sir! you dropped your gun! Oh there he goes.... Guess it's mine now.


Good Guy Gun-wielding Maniac


Just another day in Argentina man


Just another day in Latin America*


Actually you can see him flinch/duck if you watch his reflection long enough


you can see him start to run at the very end


Movies should start showing potential victims this casual


He could have just shot the glass door to get in? Or maybe that's just too easy.


I guess that would have drawn too much attention. It didn't matter anyway because of the security camera.


Plus discharging a firearm is another crime on top of armed robbery. Could have easily gotten 5 more years on his jail sentence if he did.


Yeah he's probably a lawyer and knows all about that.


Career criminals do know all about that, actually


Uh yeah, he called him a “lawyer” for a reason


Okay that made me laugh, take my upvote


I scrolled away and had to come back to upvote you sir


So technically he’s a criminal lawyer.


SO that's what that means. I'll strick to civil lawyers in the future, thank you very much.






What percent of gen pop specialize in Bird Law?


You realise most criminals do consider things like this? It's not just 'broke one law, fuck it, I'll break them all'.


As an avid user of drugs, here's the advice that has stuck with me. "If you're going to break the law, break them one at a time"


I know it as “don’t break the law while you’re breaking the law.”


One crime at a time.


Totally incorrect, you want as many as possible, they let you cop out to the lowest one just to make it easy, little armed robbery, drug dealing, grand theft auto, and and jay walking. That way you can just plead guilty to the jay walking, donate 50k to the judges re-election campaign and they get to keep their 100% conviction record. I have extensive experience on the wrong side of this equation. All they ever want is a guilty verdict and money. And as much as I’m joking around, I’m actually not. It was explained to me by a judge that the amount you can afford to contribute shows your value to the community and why you deserve some lenience. If you can afford the best lawyers, and can “atone” via donating to the community, that’s all they’re really after.


I used to know criminals. The motto was, go federal or go home. Nobody wants to end up in state pen, federal prison is much better.


I think you and at least 68 other people have a strong misunderstaning of what the word "most" here means. "Most" criminals are really fucking stupid. Thats's kind of why, you know, they picked crime. The average asshole robbing the gas station knows what he's doing is illegal, but I can guarantee you that if you asked them what specific laws, what his mandatory aentence would be and any of the legal knowledge, they wouldn't know the answer. Instead, they'd just rob you.


You're missing the point here. No, they won't be able to recite case law. But the vast majority of criminals (basically any without severe mental issues) know that different crimes get different responses, and act accordingly. Most armed robbers aren't willing to fire their weapons, because they know full well they'll be investigated more thoroughly and face a longer sentence. People like to say 'criminals are dumb' as though that point overrides all others. It doesn't. Plenty of criminals are pretty damn smart, and even the ones that aren't are often way more knowledgeable than regular civilians, because it's what they do.


In my younger days it was always the sketchiest mofo's I hung around that could quote civil code and sentencing guidelines in the blink of an eye. Someone who makes a career of crime is sure as shit gunna know that discharging a firearm during the commission of a felony will exponentially fuck you over.


No but he probably has watched TV and if he was planning to rob that shop he surely did some research


He probably stayed in a Holiday Inn Express last night


Charged with first-degree Murdoor.


this happened in argentina. nothing happened to that man. lmao


Would have been attempted murder probably, and much more than five years. Plus: discharging a firearm into a dwelling, destruction of property, possibly aggravated assault with a deadly weapon on top of all that if the victim had been injured by broken glass


Legal consequences are not as much of a disincentive as people think. I can almost guarantee this guy wasn't weighing the risk of 5 more years in his decision. It was: cut losses and find another victim tonight. Probably looking for quick cash to feed a drug habit.


El vídeo es de Argentina, el arma seguramente era real y si se hubiera cometido el robo, seguramente estaría libre en una semana. Google translator xd: *"The video is from Argentina, the weapon was surely real and if the robbery were committed, it would surely be free in a week."*


This doesn’t look like America too me but even if it is you have no idea what jurisdiction so claiming what the law is and what sort of penalties it carries is foolish


Or maybe the gun was just for show - it might not even fire


He’s probably looking to rob / home invade, not murder someone, make a bunch of noise, then get away with nothing.


Prolly a bb gun not a real one


Shieß dem fenster! Shoot the glass!


German guy: I'm sorry I don't understand German.


Real life isnt a movie


Found the screenwriter.


He’s not trying to kill anyone, probably can’t even afford bullets. He’s just robbing people for crack money


Probably not even loaded.


Guy saw him coming. You see him hurry with the key


He might have known he was being followed and was playing it cool to avoid a confrontation on the sidewalk, but he made damn sure he locked that door behind him. Nicely done.


From the reflection it looks he didn’t even notice the other guy with the gun


He runs away once it’s locked, he knew and was terrified.


Not sure why you got downvoted because you can definitely see him run away at the end in the reflection.


First second of the video, you can see someone running on top left of the video. Then the robber come from the same direction.


with the same shoes


Damn Daniel


Yeah he also pushed the door shut, dude definitely knew something was up


I'd be dead in this situation cos my apartment with automatic doors take their sweet time to close and you can't even manually close it cos it resists.


Lmao my apartment has the same kind of automatic doors and I have thought about this exact situation before. Like, if I get chased I'm boned because these doors ain't gonna close in time


This video is from Argentina.. we are always in a hurry here when arriving home because of this kind of people.




you can even see him book it in the reflection right after closing the door.


Why humans are such pieces of shit.. why did we have to invent guns..


Guns revolutionized warfare and effectively ended the age of the armored knight and the castle stronghold. They've had a profound effect on human history.


So war then?


yeah but can you imagine war back then. When you think about it, I'd 10000% rather have WWIII and be drafted, than be sucked back in time somehow and be forced to fight with a Sword and barely any armor.


WWII was way way way way worse. Fighting in the medieval Era would see you in maybe a couple of major battles before retirement, whereas the World Wars were several years worth of fighting. Add on to that, that medieval battles usually ended with one sides morale breaking and them fleeing, and your chances of surviving are actually higher in a medieval battle.


Maybe if you're a knight or a cavalry guy or something. Plebs like me would have been sent up first with a pitchfork and a bucket on their head to soften the other guys up.


In WWI they would send the “plebs” aka 95% of soldiers to run across fields where a million mortar shells would fall in a week and machine gun nests were mowing them down by the second. Some of the battles had 20,000 men die in a day. Imagine being told to walk into sure death and if you’re super lucky you get to get gassed with chlorine and live among hundreds of bodies around you for weeks on end. The fighting in Belgium had such bad mud that if soldiers fell off the boards while advancing their comrades had to leave them sunk up to their chest while they went insane over days. You couldn’t stop to help these men stuck in the mud, they just slowly died over days and men had to advance while their fellow men were screaming and pleading for help.


I saw the movie Gallipoli way too young and I couldn’t comprehend why so many would just run across a huge field where nothing but gunfire awaited them. Really messed me up.


Yeah, that movie messed me up and I saw it at like 14. Going through all of the Dan Carlin Hardcore History episodes on WWI filled in the gaps for me and was even worse


No way you could get an army to do that today ​ To the douchebag who downvoted, care to tell me where I am wrong?


WWI is cited as one of the major influences in society shifting towards more of an individual mentality. It’s not the only factor, but when countries lose a million men in battles where there is no clear “evil” like in WWII, it really makes people question things


What a terrible way to go.


In most territorial wars plebs weren't fighting. Too important to risk farmer's life. It happened of course, but most battle were 20 guys fighting another 20 dudes.


I'd hate to be in either but, the idea of hacking someone apart with a sword or being hacked apart just seems awful. Also in medieval war you are more likely going to die of something like dysentery. Think I'd rather just be shot.


You definitely wouldn't have been better off in the pacific front as far a disease goes. You may not habe access to treatment right away either. Guns and shells dont always instant kill. You have to live with the fact they could come from everywhere at anytime too, especially at night because the japanese were particularly good at fighting at night. Might get stabbed with a bayonet anyway. Plus at this point war was total war. Everyone in the country used for the war effort so there's no real way to avoid it completely. More people died in a day in the world wars then would in entire wars and that may happen every singe day you there.


I’m WWI in the Belgian battlefields if you fell off boards that were placed on top of mud you would be trapped up to your chest in mud. No one could stop to help you and you would just go insane screaming for help while mortars pummeled the ground around you and you often lived for days, unable to move and eventually succumbing to dehydration or exposure


I'd rather take the sword. At least there's a chance you have a chance based on skill. Not to mention you would likely only see so much fighting in your life(depending on time, army). Being a roman soldier not so great, living as a farmer under peace, not to bad.


Before the French Revolution, battles weren’t really fought by citizens. They were fought by mercenary companies or professional soldiers. Drafting ordinary citizens to fight for the country is a relatively new practice.


And this is a good thing because...?


Not even just that, but also survival. Pretty hard to kill a bear with a bow, and it's a lot harder to hunt for dinner with one too.


Because we were tired of killing eachother with pointy things, blunt thing. Before guns there were swords,spears, bows, sticks, rocks.... We were killing eachother since the dawn of time.


Fun story, the gatling gun - the predecessor to machine guns - was invented by Dr. Gatling because he wanted to make a weapon so powerful that it would kill faster and eliminate soldier suffering on the battlefield, as well as decrease the amount of soldiers needed. > It occurred to me that if I could invent a machine gun which could by its rapidity of fire, enable one man to do as much battle duty as a hundred, that it would, to a large extent supersede the necessity of large armies, and consequently, exposure to battle and disease would be greatly diminished. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Jordan_Gatling


Lol, because we were so peaceful and loving before guns were invented…


I for one, preferred the vast majority of history where the strongest men got to kill anyone they wanted. Stupid firearms allowing weak people and women to defend themselves.


I hate that the internet has made it impossible to assume you are joking.


its pretty obvious he's he's being sarcastic regardless.


People have been killing each other since long before the invention of guns, if they hadn’t been invented it would have been something else.


exactly. some people act as if violence was invented when humanity made guns.


We have far less violence now than 50, 100 or 150 years ago. It’s not even comparable, you all just spend to much time trying to watching violence on the news and assume that means things are getting worse.


To defeat those with arrows?


Yeah before guns nobody ever got killed


Because humans are such pieces of shit? "Look, those guys over there? total dicks. you're a wizard. can you cook anything up that can let me make those guys over there have a bad day?" unfortunately its an arms race between pieces of shit and bigger pieces of shit


So why did humans invent knives? Swords? Spears? Name the weapon? The arms race is only “pieces of shit”?


to kill piece of shit humans that wrapped themselves in metal


Gun make weak man strong


So if we didn’t invent guns there’s be no crime? The guns made us evil?


Humans are capable of immense shittery with or without guns. All violence is socioeconomic at its roots.


Swords fuck people up... kinda glad we did


Because swords weren’t effective at long range?


I see Mr Bean has resorted to a life of crime during these harsh times.


Brexit has had profound consequences


I watched it twice and got 2 different people and neither was MR bean. First watch the gunman looked like Tobey MaGuire. Send watch through the gunman looked like the fraternal of the potential victim.


thought im the only one


This is awful scary. I can’t imagine how fast his heart was beating. You can see him glance as he’s unlocking because the guy was running along the road across the street (you can see his feet running).


I don’t think so. Why should the robber not run directly to the door? And he’s opening the door quite calmly


Yeah, you can see the at reflection after he enters he is still casual and only at the end he is startled and starts to run.


I feel like he didnt even notice until the end


To use the crosswalk just out of sight. Jaywalking is no joke. You can get a ticket for that!


The guy who entered the building looked like he was in another world and didn’t have a clue what just about happened.


If you look at his reflection you can see him take off running at the very end, dude definitely clued in lol


Guess you get a clue after you look outside and see a guy pointing a gun at you :) Id say he was mos def clueless while entering.


He clearly walks away slowly after letting the door go. It isn't until the other guy starts grabbing the door that he sees the gun and starts running. He had no clue until the final second


That can happen. In that moment he may well have not seen the gun or just acted weirdly out of shock. Adrenaline is a funny thing


Argentina, fuck yeah!


Curious, what is the penalty for armed robbery in Argentina? Seems common. (And according to Reddit, Brazil as well) Is it worth the risk? I am guessing this is because of poverty? Can’t imagine 10 years in a shit hole jail is worth the risk.(example)


Many of the people arrested spend a couple of hours in the police station and that's it. And then they do it again, and again, and again... Justice system in Argentina is shit


I won't lie, I don't really know. The issue here is that most armed robberies end in murder, even if the victim doesn't resist. The general consensus is that the laws are too forgiving or protective of the criminal because of their (assumed) poverty or social inequality.


Usually they don't get jail time in argentina, or if they do they are released super fast




Brazil: 4 to 10 years. Using a gun may increase it by a third to a half.


A normal day in Argentina, we are so used to it that everyone walks watching every corner and behind for any thief


Argentina is that bad, huh? Thought it was one of the safer countries in South America.


That's just a testament to how bad the other countries are.


Indeed, in Venezuela that guy would be mincemeat


hunt the hunters


Chile is pretty safe these days, no?


To be completely honest, it depends from city to city. Like everywhere I suppose. It's difficult because people watch the news and of course there is crime everywhere but for example my neighborhood is pretty decent. Is not like every citizen in the country has had a gun pointed at them before, not at all but we all heard this kind of news every day and the news always talk about capital city because yes, there is always something happening there Also, I'm think Uruguay is the safest around here. I'm not sure tho but usually Uruguay is the most decent one lol edit: for clarity


lol, Glock™blocker




Give me your…. Oh. Never mind.


Alright then, keep your secrets..


Love to see Argentina well represented in one gif


Looks like something An NPC would do


Walk casually / fight a grandma in the corner / walk casually


I’ve had this happen to me. Was working at a dollar store and it was like 8:56 pm or something. We’re suppose to lock up at 9 but nobody was in the lot or store so I decided to just lock up now. As I turned the lock a dude in a ski mask with a back pack and a gun runs up and yanks the door. It doesn’t open and he takes off. Turns out he went and robbed the gas station down the street from me. Sorry gas station people. Also, he was caught robbing another store like a week later.


Sometime I fumble around with my key for a few seconds before getting it in the lock and think "lucky I'm not being chased or this would have gone really badly." This guy lived out that strange subconscious fear of mine, and won


Whew… that was close


Burgle averted!


Man walked away like a GTA NPC


You know he’s not actually a “shooter” or that glass would’ve been gone.


He was probably just trying to mug him, not murder him. In which case, shooting the glass could draw too much attention.


Ah just wanted to make sure you locked the door. Very good I'll be on my way now.


Why is Toby Maguire trying to rob that man


Mr. Bean is lacking creativity...


Ohh it is closed! No worries I'll come later. Nothing urgent


Man with the gun really said: understandable, have a nice day.


On first viewing I did not notice the gun. Indeed a close call - one or two seconds more for that door to lock and...


Mr.Beans life has really gone downhill since it got cancelled


Bro can we just talk about how fast he unlocked that door? DAMN


Lady dimitrescu when she sees a door






"Hey buddy you wanna see my cool gun? Aww... Why do they always close the door on me?!"