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(The Morning Call)   Bank robber had a banana in his pocket, was not happy to get arrested after leaving his wallet on a bank counter   ( divider line
    More: Dumbass, Lehigh Valley Data Center, Lloyd Virgil Barclay, Bethlehem, pockets, conflicts in iraq, drive time, search warrants, Lehigh County Prison  
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2009-11-09 10:11:05 AM  
Wow... that's a special kind of stupid that just has to happen spontneously... you can't script it!
2009-11-09 11:00:52 AM  
Did he have a nub?
2009-11-09 11:04:09 AM  

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2009-11-09 11:04:34 AM  
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2009-11-09 11:57:43 AM  
But he slipped up by leaving his wallet on the bank counter, according to court records filed Friday.

Once convicted of robbery, I'm sure he'll appeal...
2009-11-09 12:04:25 PM  
he left his wallet on Sept. 2nd, and wasn't arrested until November the 7th, that's hella police work.
2009-11-09 12:06:03 PM  
FTFA: Police say he admitted pulling off the heist.

This kind of statement should be forbidden. I have no GED in law, but it just seems that he's being convicted already.

(I'm not saying he's innocent.)
2009-11-09 12:38:54 PM  
Darn. I just thought he was happy to see me.

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2009-11-09 01:04:25 PM  
The teller was NOT going to be fooled by a banana in the tailpipe.
2009-11-09 01:53:24 PM  
2009-11-09 10:59:29 PM  

tarhammer: The teller was NOT going to be fooled by a banana in the tailpipe.

Thanks tarhammer I thought I'd have to do it myself.
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