Man Goes To Rob a Bank But Pulls Hood Down To Comply With the Bank’s “No Hoods” Policy & Mike’s Other Stupid News
Man Goes To Rob a Bank But Pulls Hood Down To Comply With the Bank's "No Hoods" Policy ... And unidentified man in Columbus, Ohio went into a PNC Bank branch intent on robbing the place. As he was walking in, a bank employee informed him that he'd have to put his hood down as the bank has a "no hats, no hoods" policy and, if he didn't comply, he'd have to leave.
Rather than seizing that moment and doing what he was there to do right then and there, the guy pulled his hood down, THEN robbed the bank. He got away with an undetermined amount of money, but police in Columbus say that the FBI already has a tip on who the robber is, thanks to the security camera footage.
Man Arrested For Stealing Bud Light Was Trying To "Score Some Women" ... 20-year-old Anthony Hernandez of Port St. Lucie, Florida was on a mission to, quote, "score some women” last week, but first figuered he had to impress them. His plan? Steal some beer first. Chicks dig that, right?
So Anthony went to a 7-Eleven and stole an 18-pack of Bud Light. The second part of his plan was to pick up any willing ladies in his Dodge Neon. Unfortunately, before he could find any women who would even want to drink Bud Light cans in the back of a Neon, he got a flat tire. Even more unfortunate for Anthony, the clerk at the 7-Eleven had called the cops about a dude making a beer run on them in the Neon, so they were on the lookout for him, and spotted him changing his tire by the side of the road.
It was while being questioned that Hernandez told the cops he'd stolen the beer to, quote, "score some women." He was arrested for retail theft.
Butt-head Butt-dials 911... A Georgia man was arrested on narcotics charges after he accidentally butt-dialed 911 while making a drug deal. The unidentified 18-year-old - an employee at the Waffle House the drug deal was going down in - was trying to unload prescription pain pills when he accidentally dialed the number. 911 Dispatchers listened in on the details of the deal, and then sent the arresting officers to break it up.
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