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By / 12.04.12

Hannah Sabata might be just your average 19-year-old posting dumb things on social media. The minor difference is that her YouTube heroics led to an arrest for bank robbery.

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Sabata was arrested last week after allegedly stealing a car and robbing a Waco area bank, only to post brags about her crimes on YouTube.

In the video, Sabata brags about stealing a “shiny new” Pontiac Grand-Am along with almost $7,000 from the Waco bank.

Sabata claims that the reason she committed the crime was because of a vendetta against the government.

The government stole my baby … and they took him away before I could even take him home,” Sabata writes on a series of flash cards in the video as transcribed by Huffington Post. “[T]hey charged me with child neglect … I may not be a mother anymore but I can still find purpose.”

According to the York County Sheriff’s Department, all but $30 of the money Sabata stole was recovered by police after the arrest.

The best part? With the near $7,000, the YouTube upload of Sabata’s video — allegedly written by the teen — claims “Now I’m rich.” I’m sure it would have gone to well-researched mutual fund investments.

If you want to see the “Chick Bank Robber” manifesto, classily set to Green Day’s “Warning”, you can check it out below


TAGSChick Bank Robber YouTubeCrimeGreat ideasHannah SabataNewsVideo
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About Chris Spags... "Internet Heartthrob" Chris Spags is a former comic and the founding editor of Guyism.com. In addition to overseeing all Guyism content and business development, he covers Humor for the site daily. He was recognized on the street once and it was awesome.

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