These 2 wenches are the world’s worst, and I agree with the mother that said they are only remorseful because they got caught.
Thieves swiped a wrestling belt replica that belonged to a sick 5-year-old Delaware boy—
Timothy Vick Sr. tells WBOC that little Timmy Vick was diagnosed with autism when he was just a toddler, but then, another development in October: Timmy had a brain tumor. To help make that news easier for Timmy to deal with, his parents saved up close to $2,000 so that they could purchase the WWE belt replica and ship it across the country to Washington belt designer Sergio Moreira, whom they commissioned to swap out the plastic gems for cubic zirconia and make other alterations so the belt would be as authentic as possible. But before Moreira could start his work, the unthinkable happened: Two women were spotted on his door-view camera stealing the package with the belt right off his porch.
The women saw local media reports about the theft, as well as their own pics, and returned in person to give the belt back to Moreira, along with a four-page handwritten apology. “They said they were homeless drug addicts and thought they could make a few extra dollars off of whatever was in the boxes,” he tells CNN. “I could see the look on their faces, that they were very, very sad and they had been crying.” He added that the note said, “Never in a million years would I have stolen from a sick 5-year-old myself and am ashamed of what I did,” and that it was signed, “Two idiots.”
When you steal, not knowing the story behind any of your thefts, you’re potentially doing exactly what you did. But you don’t care.
You only care in this case because you were caught.
Be wary of the link because Newser is calling this a story with a “happy ending.”
These 2 crunts are still drug addicts and are still not productive citizens, or family members, I can assure you.
A happy ending is one where they become clean, responsible, self-reliant, Trump-voting citizens, not typical progressive parasite losers that ruin civil society and wear Che Sanders shirts.