The burglar was shot in a leg as he attempted to bucket a 13 mill bag of income onto a behind of his motorcycle in northeast China
An armed pirate has been arrested in China while perplexing to make his getaway – since a income bag he stole was too heavy.
CCTV cinema uncover a 29-year aged male struggling to bucket a bag onto his motorcycle in Huludao City in a northeast Liaoning Province.
The bag contained around 1.77 million Chinese Yuan, that is value around £185,000, and weighed some-more than 13 stone.
The pirate had used a reproduction gun to bluster a member of bank staff who was carrying a income from an armoured outpost into a bank building.
He was shot in a leg during his unsuccessful shun and is being treated in hospital.
Police contend a male owns a shoe-repair emporium and committed a crime in sequence to get adequate income to be means compensate his mortgage.
The pirate said: “I hatred myself for doing that. How could we do such a thing? we will provide my relatives and my mother pleasantly if one day I’m let out of prison.”