And he wonders why he's unemployed....


Florida crook Felipe Cruz strolled up to a bank teller’s win­dow and handed over a note say­ing, “Give me no jobthe 100s, 50s, 20s now. Do not set the alarm. Hurry!!!”  But since she was com­pletely sur­rounded by bul­let­proof glass, the teller just walked away, prompt­ing Cruz to leave –with the note still wedged in the win­dow. While he’s not in cus­tody yet, cops have Cruz’s address, phone num­ber and other per­ti­nent info because the note was writ­ten on a job appli­ca­tion that included all his con­tact info.

A motor­cy­clist brought traf­fic to a stand­still on one of Madrid’s busiest high­ways after he pulled over to look for his false teeth, which flew out of his mouth when he sneezed!  Two munic­i­pal police offi­cers approached the motor­cy­clist and ordered him to resume his jour­ney.  It wasn’t known if the man found his dentures.

Willie Myrick was out­side tak­ing care of his pet Chi­huahua. The young boy spot­ted a few dol­lars near a tree. When he walked over to the money, a man grabbed Willie and forced him into a four-door Honda Civic. “He said if I told any­one he would hurt me, like, in a bad way.” The man drove around for three hours before leav­ing Willie on the side of a road in East Point, Ga. Accord­ing to the fourth grader, the rea­son the man released him is because Willie irri­tated him with gospel music. Willie sang the track, “Every Praise” repeat­edly until the guy made him get out of the car.  Now, a num­ber of orga­ni­za­tions in the area are team­ing up to offer a $10,000 reward in the investigation.

 

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