A New Jersey man who walked into a bank branch intending to make a big armed withdrawal changed his mind mid-heist and asked to open a new account instead.
The man, whose name was not released, walked into the Valley National Bank in Bayonne and passed a note to the teller demanding that she give him "all the money." As she was getting ready to do just that, the reluctant robber yanked the slip back and told her he'd rather give HER some cash -- to open a new account.
Since the indecisive money man didn't have any identification on him, the teller turned down his offer but said he could leave his personal info with her. He didn't and was long gone by the time cops arrived. (Jersey Journal)
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