Today's winners are from a security firm in England.
A one-legged criminal had an electronic tag attached to his false leg – enabling him to remove it and go wherever he wanted without arousing suspicion.
Christopher Lowcock wrapped his prosthetic limb in a bandage to fool private security staff when they set up the tag and monitoring equipment at his home.
Now the two workers from G4S have been sacked after their blunder allowed the 29-year-old to detach his false leg and leave it at home with the tag on when he wanted to go out.
There's more at the link.
I wonder what gave him away . . . an urgent order for a spare leg, perhaps?