Hannah Sabata was arrested for allegedly robbing Cornerstone Bank in Waco, Nebraska. It wasn't hard for the police to connect Sabata to the crime being that she posted a video on YouTube describing the crime and flashing her earnings.

Sabata, a 19-year-old student from Stromsburg, Nebraska posted a video titled "Chick Bank Robber" and in less than a week received over 7,000 views.

In the seven-minute clip above, Sabata has Greenday's "Live Without Warning" playing as the soundtrack self-snitching video. She flashed wads of cash along with incriminating handwritten notes and captions like "I stole a car." She also says that she robbed a bank with the help of "a gun, a pillow case, and a note," and later claims to be a "victim of the government."

Maybe the trill of the crime caused Sabata to make a video, but it clearly was not wise to post it to YouTube seeing as how she had plans for the money: Sabata had intentions of paying off student loans and then going on a "shopping spree" Additionally, her description closely fit the perpetrator from the bank surveillance tape. 

According to Omaha.com all the money was recovered from the robbery except $30. Sabata is currently being held York County Jail. 

[via CNET]