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Tamarac, Florida (October 03, 2000) – Call them careless criminals or foolish felons, but don't call them boring – at least not at the Clumsy Crooks Web site. The site showcases the misadventures of the criminal element’s dimmer half and gathers the most outrageous examples of unlawful activity gone awry.

Clumsy Crooks gets its stories from law enforcement personnel, the general public, news media, and even the crooks themselves. All are true, and not many of the names have been changed to protect the not-so-innocent.

The site features new stories daily gathered from around the world, along with humorous photos and celebrity mugshots. Visitors can also submit their own pictures and stories online.

The free Clumsy Crooks e-mail newsletter is delivered bi-weekly to over 8,000 subscribers and includes the site’s funniest new stories – like the case of the robbery suspect in Los Angeles who just couldn’t control himself during a lineup. When detectives asked each man in the lineup to repeat the words, "Give me all your money or I'll shoot," the man shouted, "That's not what I said!"

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Want to see what a dog would look like with Donald Trumps hair cut, or would you like to see a mug shot of Al Pacino? Look no further, this site is packed with pictures you won't believe like one of two police officers sleeping on the job. As well you can read wacky stories from papers around the world. The site, which has been featured in Forbes magazine and USA Today, is guaranteed to make you laugh.

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"The Funny Site Of The Day"

Clumsy Crooks - Bumbling baddies caught in the act.


USA Today - August 11th, 2003

Clumsy Crooks

Feel alone and afraid in a world full of security breaches and criminal masterminds? Remember, there are plenty of criminals out there who are simply too dumb to rampage effectively. For instance, one man who was tired of walking stole a steamroller and led police on a 5 mph chase until a cop stepped aboard the vehicle and stopped it. This site documents his ilk and reminds you that many bad guys are dangerous to no one more then themselves.


Forbes - September 20th, 2002

"The Funny Site Of The Day"

Some days you just can't pull off a heist. Ask the crook who nabbed a purse from a lady out walking her poodle…and found its only contents to be a bag of dog poop. Or the luckless law-breaker who offered two undercover cops some crack cocaine if they'd give him a lift. This site tells all the hapless stories: like the robber who, after careening out of the bank with a sack of loot, was promptly run over by…his getaway driver. Du-uuh. Didn't his mother teach him to look both ways?


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Mike Tyson

Scottsdale police arrested an inebriated Mike Tyson in December 2004 and charged him with misdemeanor criminal damage. According to the authorities, the ex-heavyweight champion left the Pussycat Lounge at 12:45 a.m. and jumped on the hood of a 1999 Toyota Solara. Tyson yelled at the car's driver while perched on his hands and knees, causing about $1500 in damage to the stranger's car. Scottsdale police arrested former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson again in December 2006, this time charging him with drunk driving and possession of cocaine. Tyson, 40, was pulled over outside an Arizona nightclub when his BMW nearly struck a sheriff's cruiser. After failing the field sobriety tests, the police arrested the boxer for driving under the influence. Authorities also found two small bags of cocaine in Tyson's pocket and third bag in his car. He was booked into the Maricopa County Sheriff's lockup.

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