Not all legal lessons are learned with documents and red tape, as one would-be Arab burglar learned this week. The wannabe thief was spotted right away by rabbinical students at the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem – probably to his utter chagrin.
If he thought it would be easier to steal from Jewish yeshiva boys, he soon clearly regretted the error of his ways. The burglar was quickly caught red-handed while trying to cart away electronic devices from the yeshiva’s dormitory.
Several students allegedly pounced on the thief to stop him from escaping. A video clip on the Chadarei Hareidim website show first responders subsequently called to the scene to evacuate the Arab thief for medical treatment at a local hospital.
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