A Couple Broke into a Church While Out on Their First Date
A young couple in Tennessee was out on a first date last Wednesday when they found out they both played piano. So they decided to break into a CHURCH to find a piano they could play AND stole four Bibles and a collection plate as souvenirs . . . and got arrested for burglary.
This is like if Bonnie and Clyde had gone to a performing arts school: A couple near Nashville went on a first date last Wednesday night . . . and decided to break into a CHURCH in the middle of it to play PIANO.
20-year-old Sebastian Spencer and 19-year-old Danielle Salvato were out on their date when they realized they were both pianists.
So they decided to look for an unlocked church where they might find a piano they could play together.
The very first church they went to had a door with a broken lock. So they went inside . . . found a piano . . . and played for about 30 minutes.
That alone might not have gotten them in too much trouble. But on their way out, they decided to steal four Bibles as souvenirs, along with a set of drumsticks AND the church's collection plate.
Security cameras got it all on video, and the pastor called police the next morning. Sebastian and Danielle confessed to the whole thing and admitted it was a dumb idea. They're facing charges for felony burglary and misdemeanor theft.
(Here are their mugshots.)