You know the guy who robbed someone and then posted his picture on his victim's Facebook page.
Well, old Rodney will have plenty of time to update his status after being given just over three-and-a-half years behind bars.
"Not so Bright" Knight nicked a couple of laptop computers, a winter coat and about $400 during a burglary in early December.
But after noticing his victim, a Washington Post editor's Facebook page was still open on one of the computer's he posted a picture of
himself wearing the coat and holding the money to brag about his crime.
As you can see he didn't bother to cover his face and the 19-year-old was quickly caught up with.At the time cop Kyle Roe said in disbelief: "I've seen a lot, but this is the most stupid criminal I've ever seen."
Knight pleaded guilty in February to charges of second-degree burglary and carrying a gun without a license after he reportedly tossed a gun to the ground and fled after spotting police officers in an alley.
And the DC judge, who didn't ask for a mental examination, gave him 44-months in the big house.