There's no question that being a teenager, more or less, sucks.
But that's a part of growing up. You have to endure some torturous high school years. Well, at least some of you do.
Somewhere in that equation — at least when I grew up — having a cool car at least helped out if you were not the high school quarterback scoring touchdowns and with the cheerleaders.
Well, two 19-year-old boys decided to take things one step further than borrowing mom or dad's luxury ride. The dynamic duo were partners in a bit of a criminal activity known as credit card fraud. The only problem is that they're pretty awful at it.
Mohannad Halaweh and Nhimia Kahsay rented a McLaren MP4-12C for upwards of $13,000. But they didn't stop there. Halaweh and Kahsay decided to plunk down $27,000 and rent a $12 million dollar residence.
According to repots, this isn't Halaweh's first time dealing with the law and fraud.
You have two options, fellas: 1) work hard, or 2) be born into wealth. Actually, now that I think about it, these two have zero options. They'll have to learn the hard way now.