Investigators a bank robbery suspect walked into the Chase branch in the Garment District New York and handed a note to a teller reading: “I have a bomb. Give me some money now.” Teller Melinda Lewis told the man she doesn’t read notes and instructed him to fill out a withdrawal slip. The man wrote the same note on the slip and Lewis instructed him to swipe his bank card while telling a colleague in Spanish that she was being robbed. The robber was quoted as saying “Ma’am, I ain’t got no time for this,” and grabbed a fistful of lollipops then high tailed it out of the bank. Police said the suspect — who has not been identified is believed to have taken a total of about $300 in robberies at a Fed Ex office, Modell’s sporting goods store and an IHOP restaurant.
Have you ever got a pizza craving so intense that you’re like, “I would totally take four people hostage for several hours in order to get my hands on some pizza right now?” Yesterday, a man in southern Russia did just that, bursting into a college and barricading himself in a classroom with two students, a teacher, and a janitor. According to a police spokesman, “His only demand was a pizza and Sprite.” Police evacuated the area and delivered the man’s desired meal, at which point he released his hostages unharmed. Just one more piece of evidence that pizza is the most powerful drug of all.
Clifford Smith and some other people were having dinner when an unidentified woman, who was wheelchair bound, grabbed the last piece of chicken and began eating it. Little did she know that Smith had his eye on the last piece – and became enraged! Police say that Smith hit the woman then picked up a beer bottle and smashed it against the wall. He then reportedly took his hands, placed them around the woman’s neck and began to choke her. She tried to call 911 but Smith took the phone and smashed it into pieces. Witnesses called police and Smith was placed under arrest.