John has some anger issues
by Thomas Pearson on September 13, 2017 - 2:26pm
It was a dark, lonely night. In an empty street that the streetlights didn’t light up. John was feeling depressed, unappreciated, even hated. His girlfriend cheated on him, and left him. Both in the same week. John felt so angry about it that he headed to her house. When he reached her place, John looked through the windows to see where she was. After stalking her for a few minutes, when his ex-girlfriend went to the bathroom, he decided that it was the right time to execute his evil plan.
First, he threw toilet paper rolls all over her house. He then stuck a sign on her front door with “cheater” written on it, and last but not least, he threw a brick through her window and emptied a garbage bag full of trash in her living room before running away.
The only consequence John had to face was a very angry ex-girlfriend phone call, who knew it was him because of the “cheater” sign, which was predictable. John just laughed at it, and called her with some words that we cannot use in an academic context.
From that gesture, John learned that he shouldn’t leave an obvious hint of who’s guilty of the crime on the scene if he doesn’t want to get caught by the victim or the police.