Rihanna Burglary Thwarted, Caught on Tape

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Rihanna was the target of an attempted burglary in Pacific Palisades last weekend, while she was out of town, as the star's bad luck with homes continues.

As she was doing her thing (getting booed for being late to shows, parading around Australia half-naked), someone drove up to her $12 million home.

Cat burglars, they weren't. Someone actually walked right into the back yard and threw a chair through a sliding glass door, police sources report.

The alarm apparently scared the thieves off at that point, because they left without entering. Did they really not expect she'd have an alarm system?

To wit, Rihanna's property is covered by security cameras, and you have to drive on private road to even get there. On said road, there is a sign:

"Smile, You're on camera!"  

Nice work, guys. Smart.

Police are still trying to hunt down the perpetrators, but it's the latest in series of such incidents for Rihanna. In February, a stalker tried to break in.

To the neighbor's house. Think it was hers.

In June, another man was busted by her security team, creeping on her roof. And this is all since she moved from Beverly Hills, where she bought a lemon.

At least she can always buy another eight-figure home with the earnings from her lucrative music career ... but you gotta feel for her just the same.

Well, unless you're Teyana Taylor.

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