Man Caught Stealing AK-47 By Shoving It Down His Pants. You Get ONE Guess Which State This Happened In

Marlon Paul Alvarez, 19, was caught on film sticking an AK-47 down his pants at a pawn shop, taking it out after a bit, then shoving another assault rifle down his pants before he tried to flee on foot with the guns. This entire encounter was caught on CCTV by the pawn shop’s security system. As stated in the headline, I’ll give you ONE GUESS as to which state this incident took place in (though it’s painfully obvious already). Answer after the jump. And my apologies for the auto-play video, that’s the only video of this incident that exists and for some reason they felt the need to make it auto-play. I guess they didn’t realize it’s 2015 and auto-play is quite possibly the WORST thing on the Internet, and should be killed off entirely…

Florida. Obviously the answer is Florida. Florida = WTFlorida. The Sunshine State is where crazy things happen 24/7/365 because people brain’s are constantly baking in that sweltering Florida sun, causing them to do the unthinkable.

Miami’s Sun-Sentinel reports:

Marlon Paul Alvarez, of Fort Lauderdale, made his first appearance in court Wednesday where Broward Judge John Hurley expressed concern about Alvarez’s behavior.
“You allegedly went into that pawn shop and removed an AK-47 rifle on display and stuck it down your pants,” the judge read from the arrest report. “After a while, [you] pulled it out, put it back, then grabbed another assault rifle off another display [and] put that down your pants.”
The owner of Public Pawn and Gun at 6798 Stirling Rd. noticed Alvarez limping out of the store with the assault rifle down his pant leg about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, police said.
Owner Kevin Hughes confronted Alvarez outside and recovered the brand new $830 weapon before Alvarez ran off, the arrest report stated.
Alvarez was seen on security video and the business owner was able to identify him when the suspect was arrested a short time later, police said.
“It’s one thing to try to steal a firearm, it’s another thing trying to steal an AK47 and potentially trying to put a stolen firearm out on the street,” Linder said.
Hurley set bond at $25,000 for grand theft and the violation of a domestic violence injunction.

If anything this dude should be kept under supervision for thinking that sticking an assault rifle down his pants was a solid plan. Someone needs to watch this man and make sure he’s not a danger to himself, as the stupidity displayed by this crime has me scratching my head.

For more on this story you can click on over to South Florida’s Sun-Sentinel!