As mind-boggling and stupid as it sounds, some criminals like to keep an accurate account of their misbehaving antics. Andrew Kellett is no exception.
The 23-year-old was given a two-year Asbo and was banned from posting internet videos glorifying crime, after he uploaded 80 clips of his loutish behaviour on YouTube. They were viewed more than 285,000 times, but among those who saw the yob's film making skills were police and council officials.
The videos showed him as a passenger in cars being driven dangerously - one of which was stolen and was chased by police. Other footage featured him and friends blowing up a wheelie bin and a microwaving fireworks. He was also seen trespassing, abusing residents, taking drugs, dodging a taxi fare and failing to pay for petrol.
Kellet claimed: "I am not Britain's dumbest criminal, just misunderstood."
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