Judges don't play games An Irish teen has learned the hard way that breaking the law can be a losing game. Literally.
A judge in Belfast ordered a boy accused of a series of robberies -- including a shopping center and high school -- to surrender his Xbox 360 as part of the conditions for him to receive bail late last month.
The 13-year old (whose name is being withheld due to his age) really only has himself to blame. When asked by the judge to describe something he owned that meant a lot to him, the boy blurted out that he loved his game system. Seeing an opportunity, the judge ordered him to hand it over as a lesson in what it was like to have something he valued taken away.
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