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Florida Man Released From Jail, Caught Trying To Steal Car In Parking Lot Immediately

In many situations, even when you’re looking at a case of somebody who might ...

In many situations, even when you’re looking at a case of somebody who might be doing something unethical, you can kind of see where the incentive might live. Now, we are in no way justifying any sort of crime but when you incentivize some people enough, there’s a lot of things that some human beings will do no matter how unethical they might be. However, there are other situations where the incentive is pretty low and the risk is pretty high that really makes you scratch your head as to why even the most unethical of criminals would try something out for a tiny potential gain.

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For one Florida man, he would end up swinging the risk and reward scale in a very skewed nature, taking on a situation where it didn’t seem like there was very much win and the loss was at an all-time high. Immediately after getting out of jail, you would think that somebody would at least take a couple of moments to lay low before they made their way back to a life of crime, if not making a change in their life for the better, however, for this individual, all that it took was a walk to the parking lot before he decided he wanted to try and steal a car once again. No, we aren’t kidding, unfortunately

If you follow along with the news report below, you’ll be able to get a couple of more details about why exactly this individual thought that it would be a good idea to get out of jail and then immediately do something that could put this new earned freedom in jeopardy. Sometimes, while certain decisions might not be ones that you would make, you can see the rationale in them, but this is one that I don’t think too many people would be able to understand.

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