Arthur Bundrage of East Syracuse, New York, is obviously not familiar with the concept of quitting while you’re ahead or else he wouldn’t have returned to the bank he’s just robbed.

According to Syracuse police, Bundrage went into the Alliance Bank and demanded the teller hand over $20,000. At first the teller refused because Bundrage didn’t flash a weapon, but eventually relented and handed him an undisclosed amount of money. But when Arthur got a chance to look in the bag, he realized the teller gave him way less than the 20 grand he'd demanded, and got a little miffed at being short changed.

I don’t know, maybe it’s just me, but if you rob a bank and they give you less money than you ask for, I'm not so sure you should feel like you got ripped off. Anyway, he went back to the bank to demand the rest of the money -- while the cops were there investigating the robbery! Bundrage was arrested and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny. *Sigh* Mo’ money, Mo’ problems.