Man Admits to Robbing Jewelry Store on 4chan, Submits Photos for Consideration
The /b/ underworld, however, remained skeptical, and demanded that the self-proclaimed criminal post a picture of the gun to achieve true "epicness." He did, but the trolls wanted more. Finally, he took the gun apart, to reveal its bolt carrier, firing pin and extractor, and posted a photo of it. The naysayers promptly went quiet.
Now, a gun and some "expensive" jewelry does not a criminal make. As Urlesque points out, it's entirely conceivable that this guy owned a jewelry store, and just happened to own a gun, as well. Of course, it's also possible that he really did rob a jewelry store, and decided to seek refuge in the foothills of 4chan. Either way, though, he'll most certainly become infamous among his online brethren -- which, we're guessing, is all he really wanted to do in the first place.