Hey, remember last week when that guy got arrested for not returning a library book and everybody was all "Man, we can't start that kind of precedent." And other people were like, "There's no reason to arrest someone for not returning a library book." Well, Terrance Mitchell, patron of the Sno-Isle library system, decided to put those statements to the extreme test. Mitchell allegedly used library computers to check book selling site Cash4Books, find high selling books, and then remove those books from the library and sell them online as if he were the f$#king warehouse dude at Amazon. The library only found out when a website employee alerted the library.
Right now I am not judging. Man might have had a good reason for doing what he did. Kids to feed. Mama in the home. Damn cool Rainbow Brite tattoo missing all the color. Whole host of things could be going wrong in this man's life.
I have to admire the tenacity and sheer gall, though. That's like going to a friends house, eating his food and having sex with his wife and then stinking up his bathroom and not paying the child support from your illegitimately fathered bastards. The only thing that can top that would be somebody trying this from a Best Buy, if only to raise the difficulty level from "Easy Mode" to "Super Criminal Mode."