Want to steal? Steal from the
machines that give you "your" money.
How to exploit a security loophole. From Forbes magazine:
Continue reading “The 60-second $1 million casino money scam”
|The Tornado GR4 aircraft is capable of speeds of 1,400 mph|
A Royal Air Force navigator pranks the pilot by holding up a sign saying "I’m with stupid."
Continue reading “The fastest 20 million dollar prank ever”
Driving straight on that road could get you killed.
I don’t usually find much but self-serving junk in press releases, but this is interesting – it talks about the deceptive power of an optical illusion you might encounter while driving. Continue reading “The optical illusion that won 1.6 million dollars”
Folk art carving of an Amish man.
A 77-year-old Amish man, Monroe L. Continue reading “The old Amish man and his $33 million fraud”
One of these is the real Mr. Ramnarine.
Brian Ramnarine owns a foundry in Long Island City, New York that casts artwork for sculptors.
Continue reading “The strange case of the $11 million sculpture”
The limited edition "Bird of Paradise
Cissy 21-inch Collectible Fashion Doll"
Continue reading “The million dollar Catholic church theft”
This image makes sense when
you get to the end of the story.
Some tanker truck drivers in Australia figured out a great way to scam service stations by shorting them on fuel deliveries. Continue reading “The $1 million Australian gas delivery scam”
"The violinist must possess the poet’s gift of piercing the protective hide which grows on propagandists, stockbrokers and slave traders, to penetrate the deeper truth which lies within."
A quote from The compleat violinist: thoughts, exercises, reflections of an itinerant violinist, a book by the violinist Yehudi Menuhin. Continue reading “The $3.5 million Stradivarius violin prank”
Even the most secure vault in the world is vulnerable.
Here’s a story of an audacious diamond theft carried out by a team of experts. Continue reading “How to steal $100 million worth of diamonds”
Swiss con man Helg Sgarbi
"A former Credit Suisse banker, the 44-year-old Sgarbi used to make his living preying on lonely women of means, seducing them, videotaping them having sex with him, and blackmailing them. Continue reading “He made $38 million seducing and blackmailing wealthy women”