In the non-bozo world, success breeds success, but for bozos success sometimes breeds arrests. From Nashua, New Hampshire, comes the story of bozos Louis Caldwell and Raymond Watkins, who walked into a Wendy’s, holding their hands in their pockets as if they were armed, and demanded cash. The clerk gave them money, and, flush with their newfound success, instead of fleeing, they decided to try the same approach at the McDonalds next door. Bad idea. Wendy’s employees called the cops who arrived just in time to find our bozos exiting the McDonalds. They’re busted!