A financial genius from Florida stole more than $30,000 in rare coins and cashed them in for a fraction of their value at change machines at area grocery stores.

Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office spokesperson said Shane Anthony Mele, 40, stole the rare presidential coins, valued at $1,000 each, the Palm Beach Post reports. 

Mele sold some of the coins to a pawn shop for $4,000, then exchanged the majority of them through CoinStar change machines at grocery stores, which would only give face value for them, a fraction of they are worth.

Other good business ideas he might consider investing in when he gets out of prison are BitCoin, Lehman Brothers stocks and Microsoft Zune 2. All are guaranteed to quadruple his money.

An encounter with a man dressed as a minion ended badly for a British tourist from Liverpool while visiting the German city of Bremen.

The woman was exploring the beautiful historic city centre with her mother-in-law when a minion came up to them and started making those annoying minion sounds. She was so amused by that scene that she gave the creature 5 Euros and took a photo with it. A few minutes later she went to a nearby cafe where she realized her wallet was gone. So was the minion.

My grandfather always use to say: “Don´t trust anything that is yellow.” He was right. Just a quick internet search has shown that this is not the first time they stole from innocent people.

Risk it for a biscuit.

That could be the solution for Deliveroo’s and Foodora’s worker shortage problem. We just need to teach the monkeys to read Google Maps.

Remember how Ross from Friends stole beer from a store in Blackpool in North West England? After the police posted a photo of the thief on Twitter, it received an enormous amount of comments about the culprit being Ross from Friends. So many that the actor himself had to protest his innocence with a video posted on Twitter.

After a thorough investigation, the police concluded it was not Ross a.k.a. David Schwimmer. The actual criminal’s name is Abdulah Husseini. Lancashire Police today said: ‘Police are trying to trace Abdulah Husseini, 36, after he failed to appear at court. ‘Husseini was due to appear at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court on December 18 accused of theft and four counts of fraud. ‘This relates to a coat, mobile phone and wallet being stolen from Mr Basrai’s restaurant on Talbot Road, Blackpool on Thursday, September 20.

The orginal photo that started the controversy compared to the real Ross.

Whatever the police say, I don’t believe them a single word. That always nice and lovingly goofy Ross never fooled me. You could see the evil in his eyes.