An establishment in Toronto is not pressing charges against the man who tried robbing them on Wednesday night after he broke both his arms and legs while attempting to flee.
Investigators report the cockeyed Canadian caper took place at around 10PM when a man stole several lottery tickets. When employees took chase, the man attempted to jump over a bridge railing, plummeting over 30 feet.
The suspect -who is believed to be in his late 20s- is expected to survive, albeit not have use of his arms or legs anytime soon.
According to CP24, the employees decided not to press charges after learning of the man’s fate, deciding that nature had delivered an adequate punishment.
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