Chit Chat Dumb Criminal Acts

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by mscbkc070904, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. mscbkc070904

    mscbkc070904 Premium Member

    CyberKat gave me a thoughts so I pursued it and decided to throw some of the dumb things that criminals do.



     
  2. mscbkc070904

    mscbkc070904 Premium Member

    ** This is funny**


    Spelling Errors and Wrong Notes
    San Francisco, CA
    A man walked into the downtown Bank of America and on the back of a deposit slip wrote, "this iz a stikkup. Put all your muny in this bag." While standing in line, waiting to give his note to the teller, the man began to worry that someone may have seen him write the note and might call the police before he could reach the teller. So, the criminal left the Bank of America and walked across to the street to Wells Fargo. After waiting in line for several minutes there, he handed his note to a teller. After reading it, the teller determined that this robber was perhaps a few sandwiches short of a picnic. She told him that because his note was written on a Bank of America deposit slip, she could not honor his demand. He would either have to fill out a Wells Fargo withdrawal slip or go back to the Bank of America. Feeling defeated, the man said he understood and left. The Wells Fargo teller promptly called the police, who arrested the man a few minutes later--still waiting in line at the Bank of America.
     
  3. mscbkc070904

    mscbkc070904 Premium Member

    Do I Hear One Dollar?
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    A trio of men decided to commit a bank robbery. The group tried to enter, but got stuck in the revolving doors. Frustrated, they left and returned a few minutes later. This time, they penetrated the doors and announced their intentions to take ten thousand dollars. Remembering them from a few minutes earlier, customers and employees of the bank laughed hysterically, thinking it was a joke. The men thought that people were laughing because they were demanding too much money. Eventually, the men reduced the amount of money they wished to take to one thousand dollars. When that didn't work, they demanded one hundred dollars. Soon, the men were demanding one dollar each. When the laughter continued, one of the men became angry. He jumped atop the counter and pulled a gun on the teller; he fell and broke his leg. The other two man decided to get away while it was safe. They, however, once again got stuck in the revolving doors.
     
  4. mscbkc070904

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    Drive Through Robbery
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    One man thought a good way to rob a bank and not get caught was through the drive through. Pulling up to the window, he wrote the teller a note, demanding money. The man even went as far as to holding up a knife. Laughing hysterically, the woman called the police and the suspect was eventually apprehended.
     
  5. mscbkc070904

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    Accounts Are Always Needed
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    A young teller was new to the job when she was approached by her first robber. Noticing that the man's grammar was not the greatest, the teller figured that the would be criminal was slightly slow. She told the robber that he had to have an account to rob a bank. Disappointed, the man left.
     
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    This Is A (bleep) Up!
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    A man rushed into a bank brandishing a gun intending to intimidate everyone by screaming, "Up with your f - - - - - - hands, this is a stickup." But in his nervousness, it came out, "Up with you sticky hands, this is a f - - - up". After a short pause, tellers, customers and the bank guard began to giggle and the thief was so rattled that he left the bank without carrying out the robbery. The bank now has a plaque on the wall containing the famous phrase (with suitable blank spaces, no doubt).
     
  7. mscbkc070904

    mscbkc070904 Premium Member

    Hey I Am 18
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    An 18-year-old man was charged with robbing a 7-11. When he walked in, pulled a gun a demanded money, the employee didn't panic. She calmly said, "I don't think you're old enough to be robbing us. Don't you have to be at least 16?" The thief then proceeded to pull out his wallet and showed the clerk his driver's license. The clerk quickly memorized the information on the license, than gave the thief the money. The cops arrested the robber at his home.