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Harry Taylor (23) stole a coach with nuns in it. He ordered them to sing and drink alcohol
Jun 8, 2023 · Martin Eisenberg
Rosconmoe, Ireland. National media are reporting on a man who stole a bus from a parking lot, with passengers in it. The passengers turned out to be nuns returning to their monastery from a trip. The man probably was under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
The incident took place on one of the parking lots in the city centre. The driver left the car for a moment in order to pack the bags of the passengers. At the same time, taking advantage of the situation, Harry Taylor (23), got in the car and drove away. The owner immediately reported to the authorities.
The nuns reported that the thief completely ignored their requests to stop the vehicle. After he realised who is he accompanied with, he demanded the sisters to sing songs for Jesus. He also served alcohol to the passengers putting them under threat of crashing the car.
Reportedly, Harry believed he was sent down by God himself because God above saw their torment and wanted them to have some fun. 'He said he will take us either to the disco or male striptease' says sister Mary Agatha. She and her friends managed to escape when the abductor stopped by a fast food chain and sent them for 'wings and booze'.
As soon as he realised the women are running away, he proceeded to chase them shouting that they will burn in hell. A few hundred meters later he crashed the car on the pole and was captured by pedestrians during an attempt to run away. Fortunately, nobody was injured during the accident.
Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus today
Dear friends, thank you for all the kind words. Our sisters are safe now, however they suffered quite a shock. They are resting now. Thank you, thank you for all the prayers. God bless!
After the man was given to the police, he was arrested. Examination showed his blood alcohol level was 0.35. Drug tests also produced a positive result.
Now he will stand the court for what he has done. He's facing up to five years in prison for stealing a car with passengers in it. The prosecutor considers adding more charges.
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