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Ten criminals all try to shoot a businessman at the same time — it looks like a scene from an action movie, but this actually happened in Brazil. Gang members piled out of three cars to surround a man they were targeting's car, shooting him in the back and preventing an easy escape. Luckily, he was able to get to the hospital for some treatment. The same could not be said for one of the thieves, dying from friendly fire.

Another shocking incident in China also had a driver unable to escape. An 11-year-old boy grabbed the keys to his family's vehicle and went on a joyride. When questioned by the police who stopped him, he claimed he had "too much homework" to do. The cops pulled him from the car and brought him back home.

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