After robbing a bank, most criminals will try to lay low for a period of time. Not 19-year-old Hannah Sabata. The Stromsburg, Nebraska teen wanted to get credit for her ability to knock over a local bank for over $6,000 and also make off with a Pontiac Grand Am that didn't belong to her.

So, because she is obviously better at stealing than thinking things through logically, she posted a video on YouTube in which she brags about her "accomplishments."

"I just stole a car and robbed a bank. Now I'm rich, I can pay off my college financial aid and tomorrow I'm going for a shopping spree. ... I love GREEN DAY!," she says in the video's description, which does in fact have a Green Day soundtrack.

In the seven minute clip, titled 'Chick Bank Robber,' she holds up handwritten signs that say highly incriminating things such as, "Then I robbed a bank with a gun, a pillow case and a note." At one point, she fans herself with her ill-gotten cash stash.

The video is also full of drug references. But it's the bank robbery boasting that is going to cause her big trouble. Soon after the video was shot she was arrested by police, and the video is expected to be used by prosecutors when she goes to trial.

You can check out her grainy, NSFW-ish accidental confession below.