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Man Robs Bar...With a Cheese Grater
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Posted 7/22/08

Shmookle wrote:

This is sad but in a really funny kind of way. Can't really blame the attendant for turning over the money, in that kind of situation, a couple hundred dollars really isn't worth risking your life to see whether or not its just a bluff.

I'm more curious on why a cheese grater.... there has to be something much better suited if its just something in his kitchen.


I wonder why he didn't use a common kitchen knife instead. That's way more threatening than a cheese grater.
If you're going to rob someone, you might as well do it properly. x.X
But on the other hand, if he had been using a knife and had threatened someone with it, is that like carrying a deadly weapon?
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Posted 7/22/08
This should go in the Stupidest but funny crimes book. But LOL a cheese grater?
Posted 7/22/08
He used a cheese grater for the clerk's skin?
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Shinjy wrote:

someone used a banana before


LMAO! I believe it too!
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Posted 7/23/08
Woah! that must be a torturing device.
i bet he made some human chedar XD
y not rob with a pair of chopstick xD
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Posted 7/23/08

flyawaysongbird wrote:


Shmookle wrote:

This is sad but in a really funny kind of way. Can't really blame the attendant for turning over the money, in that kind of situation, a couple hundred dollars really isn't worth risking your life to see whether or not its just a bluff.

I'm more curious on why a cheese grater.... there has to be something much better suited if its just something in his kitchen.


I wonder why he didn't use a common kitchen knife instead. That's way more threatening than a cheese grater.
If you're going to rob someone, you might as well do it properly. x.X
But on the other hand, if he had been using a knife and had threatened someone with it, is that like carrying a deadly weapon?


Dunno about the laws there but for the most part its still considered theft and assault with a weapon, here in the US. I believe when it comes to actual weapons there are separate classifications (not 100% tho). So the charges might not be as severe as if he had used a gun/knife but they could still be as bad depending how it was played out. Whether your using a real gun or a squirt gun, if the victim believes that its real it doesn't make it any less threating at the time its happening.
Posted 7/23/08
Haha
Posted 7/23/08
hahahah..
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Posted 7/23/08
The dude would have been better off sticking his own hand under his shirt. Cheese grater is just fail... -_-;
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Posted 8/15/08
lol really stupid...!!~
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Posted 8/15/08
Stick ém up or I'll be grating your cheese! =___='
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Posted 8/20/08
weird lol
Posted 8/20/08
WTF??!!? cheese grater lol that just phail
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Posted 8/20/08

flyawaysongbird wrote:


Shmookle wrote:

This is sad but in a really funny kind of way. Can't really blame the attendant for turning over the money, in that kind of situation, a couple hundred dollars really isn't worth risking your life to see whether or not its just a bluff.

I'm more curious on why a cheese grater.... there has to be something much better suited if its just something in his kitchen.


I wonder why he didn't use a common kitchen knife instead. That's way more threatening than a cheese grater.
If you're going to rob someone, you might as well do it properly. x.X
But on the other hand, if he had been using a knife and had threatened someone with it, is that like carrying a deadly weapon?


maybe he was smart enough not to get charged with using deadly weapon and armed robbery, adding 20 more years to sentence...?
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ROFL!~ classic and I thought one might able to hijack a plane with a nail clipper.

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