On the one hand you can say Albert “Stealth Brotha” Bailey’s mama raised him right: He knows it’s polite to call ahead before dropping by. On the other hand, you might say: Could this chucklehead be more triflin’? Yeah, he could. He took a juvenile accomplice along. Pop the hood for the details.
Authorities in Connecticut say two would-be robbers tried “phoning in” to pull off a bank heist. It didn’t work.
“I’ve heard of drive-up robberies where they rob the bank via drive-up windows,” said Det. Lt. Michael Gagner of the Fairfield, Connecticut, Police Department. “But I’ve never had somebody call ahead and say, ‘Get the money, we’re coming.’ ”
The attempted bank job unfolded Tuesday afternoon at a branch of the People’s Bank in Fairfield. Authorities said a bank employee received a phone call from a person demanding that $100,000 in large bills be gathered, or there would be a “blood bath” if the orders were not carried out.
Way to go, numbnut.