Here’s what happens when customers are all armed during store robbery

AMMAN, JORDAN - SEPTEMBER 3:  Iraqi Police learn to shoot a 9mm pistol  at the Jordan International Police Training Center September 3, 2005 in Amman, Jordan. About 300 instructors, mostly former and current police officers,  from 17 different countries are training Iraqi Police in marksmanship, patrol tactics, self defense, community policing, and other police tactics. Approximately 1,500 policemen a month graduate from the school before being assigned to police stations throughout Iraq.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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AMMAN, JORDAN - SEPTEMBER 3: Iraqi Police learn to shoot a 9mm pistol at the Jordan International Police Training Center September 3, 2005 in Amman, Jordan. About 300 instructors, mostly former and current police officers, from 17 different countries are training Iraqi Police in marksmanship, patrol tactics, self defense, community policing, and other police tactics. Approximately 1,500 policemen a month graduate from the school before being assigned to police stations throughout Iraq. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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There are a lot ways that a robbery can go wrong, and one thief in Brazil encountered just about all of them at once. A surveillance video of the incident puts the date at May 31.

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The would-be thief walked into a store and pulled out a gun. However, in moments, he was on the floor with every other customer in the store pointing a gun at him.

We don’t have many details about the situation right now, but Brazil is a nation with fairly relaxed gun laws in comparison to the rest of the developed world. According to NPR, between 8,000 and 9,000 Brazilians die each year from gun homicides.

In order to legally own a gun in the South American nation, you cannot have a criminal record and have to pass a mental health test.