To be honest, we have no idea what to call him, but we can assure you that he’s a hilarious one.
Meet Abdulhameed Ibrahim —27, cocaine junkie, graduate of the University of Medina, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and a former staff of the Saudi Arabia Embassy, before he was deported from Saudi Arabia in 2011.
One more thing you should know about this guy is this —he is unrepentant, and has no care in the world to give.
He was caught on CCTV stealing money from a bank in Lagos.
Not this type of stealing,
The in-and-out, quick-finger type.
He walked into a bank, and fingered a bundle of money totalling 1.5 million naira.
He told Daily Post;
“I have made over N20 million since I started stealing in banks. I started the operation last month when I came to Lagos from Plateau State. I used the money I got from the bank to buy cocaine. I sell the cocaine in Abuja. I made double the price I bought the drug.”
“On this particular occasion, I went into the bank to deposit money in the bulk room. When I got there, I discovered some amount of money was carelessly placed on the counter. I smartly took it without the female cashier seeing me. She was engrossed in a novel she was reading.”
Is it jazz?
“I walked out of the bulk room and nobody stopped me. I got home and counted the money; it was N1.5 million.”
Startup capital. Just like that.
“The bank where I stole the money is careless. They display their money without minding who comes into the banking hall. I have studied those at the bank; if I had another opportunity, I would love to go to the same bank branch to steal. They are careless.”
“I was called through the hotel intercom that I have a visitor. When the policeman spoke to me through the intercom, I immediately sensed he was a policeman. I came out and surrendered myself. I knew I had come to the end of the road.”
What type of criminal do we call this guy?