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Would-Be PS3 Thief Hits Wrong Store

Popple I'll stop writing about the Sony PlayStation 3 madness just as soon as people stop behaving like idiots in a quest to acquire the console.  Today's craziness comes from Rockledge, Florida in which a nineteen year old would-be thief in search of a PS3 broke into the wrong store.  His target was a store that sells video games, natch, but instead he somehow managed to break into an adjacent jewelry store instead.

According to the Brevard County Sheriff's Office, two deputies responded to a burglar alarm at the Char'Don Jewelry store at 8530 N. Wickham Road around 4:30 a.m. Friday. They found the glass on the back door smashed out but the grated door still secure. One deputy went around to the front of the store and found a man police identified as Ryan Kelly crouched behind a trash can. Kelly fled, but deputies found him hiding behind a dumpster at Temple Israel. When interrogated, deputies said he told them he was trying to break into the EB Games store in order to take a Sony PlayStation 3 game console, but got into the jewelry store by mistake, Florida Today reported.

Remember, folks, that's the Sony PlayStation 3: the console of choice for hardcore gamers and idiot thieves everywhere.