In Mexico, two would-be criminals hijacked a semi-truck by gunpoint only to learn the hard way that crime really doesn’t pay. Truck hijacking has become the latest criminal trend in Mexico, with hijackers running off scot-free with truckloads of expensive televisions, computers, & household appliances to resell on the black market. Unfortunately for these two amateurs, they soon discovered that their payload wasn’t a shipment of easy money, but instead, 17 tons of salted peanuts bound for Mexico City. Police pulled the semi-truck over after it was seen listing to one side and the original driver, who had been forced to lie on the floor by gunpoint, was able to call the police during the routine traffic stop and alert them of his kidnapping. The criminals were arrested and will have plenty of time in jail to thoroughly think out their next ingenious heist.