Kevin & Bean's: People Are Dumb

Kevin Brings us the Funniest Stories and the Biggest Fails

August 7, 2019

Kevin searches far and wide to find some of the funniest and craziest stories about people who just aren’t thinking as clearly as they should be. They usually get in trouble for what they do and it makes headlines in the news. When that happens, we find the best of the best and bring you a little something we like to call, ‘People Are Dumb’.

An Ohio man accused of robbing a bank was caught by police last week after he made an unfortunate mistake. 54-year-old Michael Harrell held up a bank and wrote the ransom note on the back of a document from Ohio's BMV (their version of the DMV) complete with his name and address. The teller was so stunned she even referred to him as Michael. When he left she called 911 and told police about the note with his information. Click here to read the entire story.

An Amazon delivery driver was fired and arrested after police said she stole a dog from a Texas couple’s home and attempted to sell it online. On July 5th, 22-year-old Mycah Wade was making deliveries as a contract driver for Amazon. She spotted the 2-year old dachshund named "RJ." As the owners were leaving the house the dog ran out ahead of them. Wade grabbed the dog and sped away with it. She later turned RJ over to investigators, who returned the dog to its original owners. An ad for RJ was located on Craigslist, it simply said, “Small Dog $100.” Click here to read the entire story.

Authorities say a 55-year-old Florida man pulled a gun on a late-arriving furniture delivery team, saying he’s “shot people for less.” Sheriff’s investigators say Mitchell Helton is charged with two counts of aggravated assault. He was arrested on Aug. 3 after the delivery team called the sheriff’s office while they were at his home. The delivery men literally had to talk him down and de-escalated the situation. They explained to him how to make a complaint, and while he went to make a complaint, they called the cops. Click here to read the entire story.

An ex-model fugitive sends a picture to replace the unflattering police mug shot. This is Bean’s people in England. The man was unhappy with his mugshot police provided to the media after he failed to appear in court, so he sent them a selfie. His name is Stephen Murphy, 33, from Lincolnshire, England. He was expected to face criminal damage charges in court, but he didn’t show up. So, the police released his picture to the media. He wrote to the police and said that it was not a good picture of him and said he would send a better picture of him. He made several posts antagonizing police including one where he was shadow boxing really fast, and he said, “You might want to put a warrant out for speeding.” Click here to see a video and read the entire story.

A Brazilian gang leader dresses up as his daughter in a bid to escape prison. Clauvino da Silva, also known as "Shorty," the leader of the Red Command one of the most powerful criminal groups in Brazil that control the drug trafficking. Shorty tried to escape from jail in Rio de Janeiro by dressing up as his daughter. He had a latex mask, a wig, glasses, a pink shirt, a bra, and tight pants. Police believe that his plan was to leave his daughter in jail. Click here to read the entire story.