We have, yet again, hit a low within the perpderpiverse this week. You might want to shield your grandmother from this one. Two women were arrested this week after they allegedly robbed a nun of her rosary beads. Yup, a nun's rosary beads.
The nun, from Daughters of Mary of Nazareth Convent in Massachusetts, was strolling down the street, minding her own business, when a woman approached her and attempted to snatch a small satchel she was carrying from her hand.
According to ABC News, the nun said she only opened her satchel when she noticed the knife the suspect was brandishing. Even though she knew there was no money inside, the suspect wanted it anyway. “I guess I’ll take the rosary beads,” the one suspect allegedly told the nun while the other acted as a lookout.
Police later located the two women, identified as Vanessa and Crystal Young, and found the knife that they used in the robbery. Police also found a bunch of cellphones and a checkbook from other capers the pair committed. Crystal Young was released but Vanessa Young is being held on $5,000 bail.