Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

Watch: Fake robbery prank goes wrong

Some pranksters in Sydney, Australia, decided that it would be fun to see who would step in and help a person being mugged at the ATM machine. The group posted the results as Reckless Youth on, saying their results were mixed. True, but at the end of the video, the would be mugger gets piled on by several would-be heroes and popped in the face.

Slideshow: Sweet revenge

To some people, revenge is a dish best served full of poop.

‘Gallon Smash’ Creators Charged With Disorderly Conduct

From our friends at the Daily Dot: Just as all good things must eventually come to an end, all pain-in-the-ass kids who cruise into grocery stores with the sole intention of filming themselves smashing gallon-sized jugs of milk onto aisle floors must eventually be charged with seven counts each of misdemeanor destruction of property and disorderly conduct.

Pranksters: Nine Tips on Having a Law Enforcement-Free Halloween

Most people realize that Halloween pranks involving arson, kidnapping, and assault will get the police involved, but it’s surprising how grey for some the distinction between fun and felony can be. A look at some Halloween pranks gone wrong, and some advice on what sorts of activities to avoid—even in the spirit of fun.

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