The week on the web: Idiot burglar
Remember the teenager who burgled a house in Washington DC, and rather stupidly then Facebooked a picture of himself to the victim?News article about an unimpressive burglar
He's pleaded guilty to the crime that he rather obviously committed.
The week on the web: Surprise legal win for file sharing
Prosecutors have dropped the case against film-sharing website FileSoup - just as the government looks for a 'Plan B' to avoid legal rows over the blocking of websites accused of helping copyright infringement.Prosecutors drop piracy case
The week on the web: Good news for stalkers...
'Breakup Notifier' is a new service that will send you a message when the target of your choice changes relationship status on Facebook.Breakup Notifier
Great for helping you swoop in while they're still vulnerable.
The week on the web: Mike Tyson previews the Oscars
Who better to look back on the year's golden moments in movies, than a man who appears not to have seen any of them: Mike Tyson.Mike Tyson's expert Oscars analysis
The week on the web: Cringey proposal fail
He pulled out all the stops to propose - and even brought a video camera to capture the moment.Marriage proposal goes badly wrong
Unfortunately his lady love is so unimpressed, she bolts. Excruciating stuff.
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