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15th March 2004
Milwaukee Mother Shoots Son During Prank By The WTMJ News Team
MILWAUKEE - A prank turns to terror on Milwaukee's north side.
It happened when a 21-year-old man thought it would be funny to scare his mother when she got home from shopping Thursday night.
He put on a ski mask, confronted her behind their home and pretended to rob her.
That's when she pulled out a .357 revolver and fired several times.
Her son was hit at least twice by bullets, one of them to the groin.
He is in the hospital this morning, but there is no word on his condition.
Officials say they discovered two guns on the scene of the shooting in the 3700 block of N. 13th Street.
"Hey b**ch give all your money"
So I bet this guy didn't think his prank threw. Now his mom has to live with "My son has one ball and is retarded"
Lesson of this thread is think before you act..
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Dumbass. I'm talking about the son by the way.
even if it was somebody robbing her, shooting him is a little excessive...
:lulz: What an idiot.
7th December 2003
Trying to scare your mom with a fake robbery isn't very funny. This in combination with attempting such a prank when he should have known that his mom was armed to the teeth makes me think that this might be a worthy candidate for this year's Darwin award.
What a stupid guy...He damn well deserves it.
No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
Did he know his mother possessed a firearm? If so, he deserves to be on the nomination list. Assuming the blow to the groin renders him sterile, he meets all the requirements.
I do have one question. Assuming the firearm was a revolver, how did she managed to fire off seven rounds? Seems a bit excessive to me.
Serves him right. Trying to prank rob your mother is not a very nice thing to do. I second the Darwin Award nomination.
7th December 2003
Mr. Pedantic;5239823 I second the Darwin Award nomination.
Done. The story does fulfil most of their criteria and certainly includes a good deal of poetic justice too, so I'm curious what they'll do with it.
18th November 2004
If the kid doesn't die, he's technically disqualified for a Darwin Award, but he can still be an honorable mention.