Tucson, AZ - A criminal in Arizona learned a lesson in karma on Friday.
According to TucsonNewsNow, the incident occurred about 10:30 AM on Friday, at Miles-Exploratory Learning Center on East Broadway Boulevard.
A locksmith who was working at the school saw a man trying to get into two of the rooms. When the man saw the locksmith, he ran and tried to jump back over the school's spiked fence. And that is where things got interesting.
He didn't quite jump high or long enough, and his pants legs got caught on the spikes of the fence. The man was left hanging upside down, with his underwear showing.
Two bystanders passing by saw the man. One bystander, Jesse Sensibar, said that he saw the man while he was driving by, and decided to turn around and help. He said that by the time he got turned around and got back to the man, that Tucson Police Officers "were rolling in two cars deep."
In a Facebook post, Sensibar said:
"One more reason not to jump fences in baggy pants. I saw this homie hanging around at the Miles School this morning when I was rolling eastbound on Broadway Avenue.
I was going to help him off the fence but by the time I got back around the block the cops were rolling up two cars deep. I don't know what his story was but it must not have been good enough, fifteen minutes later when I went back by the other direction going home he was cuffed up in the backseat. He smiled for the camera."
The man, who was not identified, was arrested by the Tucson Police Department. He was not injured. The school was on spring break at the time of the incident, and no students were present.