Wednesday, September 05, 2007

This Is A Holdup! Not At This Bank!

No-one ever said that criminals were smart. Sometimes though, they do look like they belong in a dumb movie or tv sitcom. So a guy walked into a bank. Robbery was the plan. He went to the table and took a deposit slip on which he wrote the note indicating that he was robbing the place. He got into the line for the teller. Since it was late in the afternoon the line was long. He was unaware that a lot of the people in line were FBI agents from a nearby office cashing their checks. He got tired of waiting in line so he left and went to the bank across the street. The line there was shorter. When he got to the teller, he handed her the note. She looked at the note and politely told him that they would not accept a deposit slip from another bank. Back across the street he went. Little did he know that teller had called the police. When he got back to the first bank he was met by police and the FBI.

There are two morals to this true story. 1. Don't try to rob a bank used by FBI agents. 2.Don't write a robbery note on the deposit slip of one bank and try to rob another bank with that note.


Lori's Minute said...

Funny story....I can tell you we are having trouble with my six year old as well. I have not talked to his teacher yet but will by the end of this week or early next week. I hate it because I feel like my stomach is in a knot all day waiting for the school to call (only one call last year but there were a lot of e-mails and so on). Tell your daughter to hang in there.....her son is lucky to have a mom who is worried and not one who doesn't care.

Lori's Minute said...

P.S. Read you post about Garner who used to be GM ai Milwaukee. The BRewers stated out well this year and now are not....the one thing I wish they would do, is if a pitcher is doing well, leave him in!

We are excited the Packer season is starting this weekend!

Ok, now I am going!

pineapple said...

I love stupid criminals because their crimes are the funniest (and they get caught).