TV and movies make us all believe we can easily crawl through vents whenever a heist calls for it. But in real life, most vents really aren't set up for crawling, which yet another person just learned the hard way.

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53-year-old Richard Graham from Rochester, New York tried to break into a pizza place around 4:00 A.M. on Friday by crawling in through their vents.

But he got stuck and started screaming for help. There was a 24-hour convenience store next door, and the clerk heard him screaming, so he called the cops.

The fire department had to come get him out, and then they took him to the hospital with minor injuries. Once he was released, the cops immediately arrested him for burglary and criminal mischief.

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