In a twisted tale of cyberbullying and the theft, a man in Singapore was jailed after stealing a stingray and later threatening to leak his ex-girlfriends nude photos.

The man wasn’t brazen enough to steal a cell site simulator device from local law enforcement, but instead went to GML Aquatics, a fish farm in Lim Chu Kang, and stole the stingray after legally purchasing one from the same farm, according to local reports.

After being confronted about the five-finger two-for-one discount and being reported  to the local authorities, the man paid the owner for the stingray after admitting he stole it out of greed.

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