Typically, when someone commits a serious crime--like, say, for example, breaking-and-entering and theft--they just want to get away from the scene of the crime as quickly as undetected as humanly possible. You know, they wear gloves and ski masks (or, the far cooler name for those things, "balaclava"), they try to avoid being seen, they try to avoid leaving fingerprints, they just... get in and out, man.

Not this guy. No sir, he wanted to bring some ethics and honesty to his act of crime. On one hand, you really do have to admire him for having the kind of integrity that would lead to him wanting to earnestly pay for the item he smashed a glass door open to acquire. Then again, on the other, more significant hand, he committed a serious felony.

But hey, what's life without balance, am I right?