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21. 2007 Darwin Award: Support Group
Czech Republic | Oh no, not again! On July 28, thieves attempted to steal scrap metal from an abandoned factory. Their target: the steel girders that supported the factory roof...
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22. 2007 Darwin Award: Crutch, Meet Crotch
Russia | Late one night, Eduard entered the apartment of a handicapped man, who slept peacefully as Eduard quietly cleaned out the valuables. Eduard was preparing to leave when suddenly the man woke up...
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23. 2005 Darwin Award: Kittie Toy
South Africa | Two muggers were working a crowd. Suddenly their victim screamed! The muggers sprinted away. But working a crowd and working out are entirely different things, and one of the muggers was out of shape...
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24. 2002 Darwin Award: Chainsaw Insurance
A violent attack on an innocent man? Andreas, a 23-year-old ex-bouncer from Italy, was found lying in a pool of blood near a country road. Police initially mistook him for a victim of sadistic mutilation. His leg
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25. 2001 Darwin Award: Killing Time
Electric trains in Glasgow collect power from the overhead cable, and transmit any excess through the rails to a solid copper cable that routes it to a power redistribution box. Copper is a favorite target for thieves. On
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26. 1990 Darwin Award: Wrong Time, Wrong Place
A man tried to commit a robbery in Renton, WA. This was probably his first attempt, as suggested by the fact that he had no previous record of violent crime, and by his terminally stupid choices as listed below: 1. The target was H&J Leather
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27. 2000 Darwin Award: Shorties: Stupid Human Tricks
Stupid Human Tricks: Robert, 37, shot himself while explaining gun safety to his wife in Glendale, California, when he placed a .45-caliber pistol he thought was unloaded under his chin and pulled the trigger. Shovestall's wi
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28. 2002 Darwin Award: Faulty Aim Fatal
When Gerald was pulled over by police for erratic driving, he decided it was better to flee from the stolen car on foot, rather than face possible jail time for a parole violation. This was the first of two successive
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29. 1990 Darwin Award: Tired Ammo
I heard the following at work in the gun shop. The events described below occurred in the 1990's in the southwest. A small-time hood broke into the home of a World War Two veteran and stole, among other things
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30. 2006 Darwin Award: A Slow Burn
Ohio | Insurance fraud is harder than it looks. Just ask Musa and his son Essa, who hired an arsonist to burn down their Steak Thyme Subs shop...
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