Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alphie, Feb 25, 2007.
Not as stupid as it sounds. By blending into the background rather than speeding off, he would be less likely to come under any scrutiny.
Of course, that only works when nobody saw your face.
Yeah, I agree with the Ferret. It sounds like he ditched the outfit and tried to give them the slip, not that he was an idiot and decided to stroll next door for a casual lunch.
He must have really liked the takomaki there.
Gotta agree with RandomFerret as well. Good idea, bad execution.
This story reminds me of something that happened locally a while ago in Connecticut (I forget exactly where). A guy robbed a bank, then he got caught near the convenience store where he bought lunch. Of course, the local newspaper had to meet their pun quota for the day, so the headline read "Sandwich Stop Leaves Suspect in Pickle."
I still have to send that article to Leno. He loves stupid criminals (which only applies to guys like these because they get caught).
In Pickle, comedy gold innit
Yeah, Ferret is right about this. Poor guy had a pretty good plan but didn't come through.
Wow, I just sympathized with a thieving bastard.
dude had mad balls.
shoulda pretended to be a mime, then ppl would ignore him.
HOLY SHIT HERE COMES THE ZING TRAIN
Should have pretended to be Maximus Prime3, then ppl would ignore him.
AND THERE IT GOES.
Seriously though, I guess he thought that no one would suspect a guy at the scene of the crime? I guess someone running wildly through the street carrying a big sack of cash is a bit more suspicious than a dude calmly eating some sushi? Maybe he was wearing a paper hat out of hundred dollar bills, that might have given him away.
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