World's Dumbest Criminals


Probably Coke, Tesco Rampage

Season 1, Ep. 42
Episode 42 of World's Dumbest Criminals is about a drug smoking, samurai sword wearing, martial arts knowing, credit card stealing, car boosting, arrest resisting, rollerblade enthusiast from Iowa, a Manchester woman with a penchant for going on feral rampages at Tesco and more.

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