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Dumb People Who Admitted Their Criminal Activities On Twitter

Darren November 10, 2022

Cheap Drugs

Many people try not to give cash to homeless people because they worry that they’ll misuse it. They prefer to buy them something warm to eat or drink because they don’t want them to use it for drugs. However, it’s unfair to assume that every homeless person is abusing illegal substances.


The person above gave five bucks to a homeless guy when an elderly lady said that he would use the money for drugs. “I confronted him and asked where I could also get drugs for five dollars,” they wrote. It’s a funny response to common bigotry and one that brought a lot of joy to the Internet.

Meth Meal

Sometimes people take a lie too far and this results in chaos. According to the Twitter user below, that’s exactly what happened in this situation. We can see a picture of multiple heavily-armed police officers standing behind a McDonald’s counter as they survey the scene.


The tweet’s author wrote: “I should not have joked about my McDonald’s having a meth lab in the back. If this is true, the person may find themselves in serious trouble. Lying to law enforcement is a criminal act and this would be a massive waste of police resources. But there’s no pretending that it isn’t very funny.

Criminal Confession

It’s amazing what people will do when nobody is watching. We think that children are innocent and would never consider doing a criminal act but that’s not true. Sometimes they engage in disturbing or wacky behavior because they receive a strange compulsion. The following situation reveals this in the most disturbing manner possible.


One person tweeted: “When I was a kid I dropped a pocket knife off a bridge on a homeless guy.” The picture adds to the pensive and creepy nature of this confession. It’s bizarre that somebody would do this but if nobody is watching, they wouldn’t face any consequences.

Cracked Skull

M&M’s are some of the most popular snacks in the world. The candy shell-coated chocolates are a tasty treat and are available everywhere. Commercial advertisements see anthropomorphized M&M’s interact with each other like the one below. They speak and move around like people except that they’re chocolates.


However, this also makes the image above very disturbing. As one Twitter user observed: “He’s holding what’s his equivalent of an infant’s cracked skull.” They didn’t need to share this with the Internet because now we can’t unsee it. Who needs that eating M&M’s would be such a traumatic experience?

Game Pirate

Some of the tweets on this list are criminal in the most literal sense. We’ve spoken before about how blasé people can be on the internet when they hide behind a faceless profile. If they receive some traction and people like their posts, they’ll feel a sense of confidence that makes them do even more.


One person replied to Nintendo America’s official Twitter account after they advertised a new Mario Kart game. They antagonized the gaming studio by bluntly stating: “I pirate your games.” Imagine if Nintendo took out a bounty on these faceless illegal downloaders and tracked them using their IP addresses.

Where’s the Rest?

This person took issue with the U.K. supermarket Sainsbury’s because they short-changed her. She bought a 500g tray of beef mince for her dinner but then she went home and weighed it before complaining to the brand’s supermarket account. Firstly, this is a level of pedantic behavior that we can’t believe.


Other Internet users thought that this was ridiculous and came back with some hilarious responses. “You’ve bought bolognese Kelly, not Cocaine,” was the funniest reaction. It’s no surprise that this person received a lot of likes because it was a brilliant putdown. We hope she survived without her missing 22 grams of mince.

Confessions Thread

Internet users will bring down the tone and make things disturbing very quickly. The following image is a fine example because it shows what happens when people receive a platform. Somebody opened up a confession thread on Twitter and asked people to confess their dark sins.


Needless to say, this went downhill very quickly with some criminal tweets. One responder said that they stole the bones of an old man who died in a neighboring cabin. Remarkably, people do this type of thing in real life but it appears to be the case. Never trust anyone because things turn weird in a moment.

Santa the Robber

Some people are incredibly stupid as the following Twitter thread shows. It was Christmas Eve and somebody heard a lot of noise downstairs. She joked that she thought Santa Claus was in her house because of all the noise below. Then she told him to make himself a sandwich but didn’t go and check what was happening.


This was a mistake because the next tweet showed several pictures of her house after it was robbed. It emerged that somebody robbed her house while she was tweeting in her bedroom. It’s ludicrous that somebody could ignore this criminal activity to make a few jokes online.

Rapid Escalation

Here’s a situation where things escalated quickly on the Internet. One person tweeted that for every like they received they would leave a hot take on Twitter. Firstly, we don’t know why they think anybody cares about their opinion about anything. Nonetheless, nine people played his game.


It started innocently as he said that he thinks MLB playoffs have the best atmosphere in sports. That’s not so contentious but then he took it too far. He wrote: “Domestic violence when someone cheats should be ok.” Needless to say, this went down like a lead balloon as people immediately roasted him on Twitter.

Uber Eats

One person came up with a brilliant way to scam fast food chains. He threw up the following message on Twitter as he revealed his devious scheme. Simply pretend to be a delivery driver and receive free food from the counter. Somebody replied and preached the moral high ground but nobody cared.


Another Twitter user revealed: “I created a door dash account just to steal people’s orders. I never did one delivery. Took them two months to stop me.” This is the type of criminal activity that deserves a Netflix series. It sounds incredibly intense and who knows how they finally got caught.

I’m Drunk

One of the most frustrating things in the world is when delivery orders take their time to arrive. Everybody wants their food to come immediately but that’s not how it works. Sometimes drivers encounter traffic or struggle to find the address. Then there are the ones who abuse their job like the person below.


He revealed that he was working for DoorDash and his customers didn’t have patience for him. Then he admitted that he was drunk and inadvisedly told them to calm down. Some of his fellow delivery workers may think that this is a reasonable excuse because it’s a thankless task.