Thursday, June 6, 2013
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Cops say 67-year-old Robert Raymond walked into the First Niagara Bank in Hamden, Conn and handed the teller a note.
"This is what I want you to do," it read, referencing a bank robbery.
It went on to say that he had a controlled bomb which could be activated by a cell phone in his pocket, which he would detonate if the teller activated the alarms.
"Please give me all the money you can," he continued, signed, "the polite bandit."
The teller handed him the cash there was a dye pack in it, which would explode the moment it was opened, covering him in paint.
Gearing up they pulled out their weapons and stormed the building, surrounding the man and demanding the he put down his gun.
Because the naked 22-year-old ended up being tasered by cops after arriving at the wrong house in the middle of the night and terrifying the actual home owners.
Edwards told cops his girlfriend had instructed him to ask for her hand in the buff.
So at around 3:30am he arrived at what he thought was her Orlando, FL, home and began to take his clothes off.
Needless to say the actual homeowner was somewhat perturbed and immediately called the cops.
"Can you see what he's doing now," the dispatcher asks at one point.
"Er he's kind of walking around and taking his pants off," the confused caller reveals.
The Orlando Sentinel have the full call here.
When officers arrived they found Edwards, who told them his name was Zim, and they told him to get dressed.