Jewel Thief Is In The Middle Of Robbing House When Grandma In Wheelchair Interrupts Him To Pee

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

As a homeowner, one of the worst things that can happen is an intruder breaking in to either steal your belongings or hurt your family. The chances of catching the burglar in the act are very slim, so, if this happens, you have no choice but to let the police take care of business.

But one grandmother caught the thief in the act and still didn’t say anything.

The thief himself spoke to Oprah about the strange encounter. He was inside what he believed was an empty house with other thieves, and he had jewelry in his hand.

All of sudden, he heard a soft noise and saw a grandmother roll toward him in an electric wheelchair. He was stunned.

But all the woman wanted was for him to help her the bathroom! She did her business while he waited, and he helped her back out.

If the burglar wasn’t already perplexed by the situation, the elderly woman confused him even more. She asked him to bend down and give her a kiss. She added that she would give him a few moments to make a quick escape before calling the police.

He was long gone by the time police arrived at the woman’s house, and when they pressed her for more information, she said that the man she encountered by accident was a perfect gentleman!

Please SHARE if you think this jewel thief’s heist couldn’t have been stranger!

Thumbnail Photo: Facebook / Gary Goben for QVC

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