A forgiving business owner has decided against pressing charges against a burglar and instead, offered him a job. Carl Wallace was woken by his alarm system and saw a man in a hooded tracksuit on CCTV using a brick to smash his restaurant’s front window. The man then forcibly removed the cash register and shook it to find there was nothing in there. Despite the damage done to the building, Mr Wallace won’t be going to the police after the incident in Diablo’s Southwest Grill in Augusta, Georgia – which was also his birthday. "Within 45 seconds, he was back out the front door… no money was taken," Mr Wallace said. "Really frustration and damage was the only thing done… we get woken up in the middle of the night, you have to run into the store, clean up the big mess and scramble to get the store back open by 11 o'clock. "It made me realise, as a robber, this guy's really not doing a good job – there's got to be other career paths for this guy." Mr Wallace – who was celebrating his 45th birthday – shared photos of the break-in on social media. He also included… Read full this story
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