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See internet teenagers? Some people, like this Chinese gangster who lost his mobile phone, lead interesting enough lives that they don't have to wash every photo in that faux-vintage filter on Instagram. Let this be an inspiration to you. Now stop taking pictures of plastic bags and your vinyl collections and start extorting Yuan from small business owners.

Check out more of this bizarre glimpse into China's organized crime scene here!

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I'm 100% certain this retired police officer does a better Batman voice than Christian Bale.

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This is why we think before we open our Facebook statuses and PayPal accounts to just anyone...

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Reports indicate that hacking group Lulz Security, commonly known as "Lulzsec," has been betrayed by its leader. 28 year-old New Yorker Hector Xavier Monsegur, known online as "Sabu," has apparently been working with the FBI for months to bring down his own buddies. These efforts have culminated in "a string of arrests" today in the United States, England, and Ireland. Lulzsec was responsible for cyber attacks on Sony Pictures, the CIA, and senate.gov, along with a number of video game-related websites. They are an offshoot of the larger worldwide hacking group Anonymous.

Their logo, which is otherwise known as the feel like a sir Rageface, is ever so delightful on the homepage of the BBC.

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