TULSA, Okla. - An ex-burglar was offended by church sign in midtown Tulsa and didn't have any problem letting some special needs kids know about it.
East Side Christian Church shared the story on their Facebook page.
The church had some intellectually challenged children from Gatesway helping put up a sign at the church.
That sign read "Dear burglar, next time stay for worship."
An ex-burglar happened to be driving buy and thought the sign was directed at him. He pulled into the parking lot and began screaming at the kids, demanding that the sign be taken down.
Soon, the church's pastor got involved and let the irate man know that he found it equally as offensive that someone had burglarized the church recently.
The ex-burglar became apologetic once he realized that the message was directed at the burglar that had broken into the church and not at him.
Once the pastor explained that it was unfair for him to attack the kids, the ex-burglar said he wished he had that kind of help when he was a kid because he was also in special education.