I can imagine that cracking a safe under pressure would be somewhat frustrating. If you are unsuccessful, though, it is probably not a good idea to leave an angry note.
News of the Weird
reports that not only did the amateur thieves express their displeasure at being unable to cut into the safe ("[expletive] you and your safe"), but that they were caught speeding away from the scene, license plate in full view of the on-the-ball security officer.
Now, I'm not saying it is easy, but I wonder if this father and son team did their research before they tried to break into the safe at the Iowa golf club they attempted to rob. A simple Google search will get you videos on how to crack a safe
and a complete guide on how safe-cracking works
Perhaps these would-be robbers should have started small, and read Francesca's post on how to crack a combination lock in twelve seconds
. They might have gotten away with at least a cool bike or something....