The man who stole Frances McDormand’s Oscar streamed it to Facebook

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Frances McDormand should have taken home the Oscar for Best Actress last night, literally because she, in fact, won the category. Instead, his prize was removed from his table during the celebration of Governors Ball after the ceremonies. Variety reports that Terry Bryant, 47, was arrested and charged with grand larceny shortly after posting a video on Facebook of himself drinking and dancing around the giant gold statue. Subtle.
"My team understood this tonight," says Bryant in the video, which is still available on Facebook thanks to the merciful gods of the Internet. "This is mine, we got it tonight, baby." Bryant then kisses the statue several times before shouting "Who wants to tell me congratulations?" As people approach to play the stolen prize – which Bryant repeatedly says he received "for music "- he can be heard asking people where the parties are happening.

The thief was also captured in photos with the stolen Oscar, and the Facebook video does not paint him as terribly repentant or brilliant. "You know what, I can not believe I got this," Bryant tells the camera. The same, because shortly after, Bryant was arrested by the photographer of Wolfgang Puck, and the prize was returned to its rightful owner. Presumably, Bryant did not make it to Jimmy Kimmel's party.

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