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Florida never ceases to amaze.
Last week, 43-year-old James Andrews of St. Petersburg, Florida went into his Bank of America branch to find out the balance on his checking account. It was negative.
So . . . he ROBBED THE PLACE.
He asked the teller WHY his balance was negative. When she couldn't give him an answer beyond, "Um, because you don't have any money" . . . he told her he was robbing the place.
Even though he didn't have a weapon, she handed him $1,000. He took off.
Police easily tracked him down about an hour later. He was charged with robbery. The cops also found a little bit of CRACK on him, and he told them he needed the money to pay off his drug dealer.
The website Guyism.com has released a list of the top 50 PARTY CITIES in the world. Six cities in the U.S. made it, but only two made the top ten . . . Vegas and New Orleans. Here's the full top ten:
1. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2. Ibiza, Spain
3. Las Vegas, Nevada
4. Goa, India
5. Koh Phangan, Thailand
6. Cancun, Mexico
7. Bangkok, Thailand
8. New Orleans, Louisiana
9. Ios, Greece
10. Punta del Este, Uruguay
New York is number 12, Miami is 14, Los Angeles is 36, Chicago is 50 . . . and Montreal at number 20 is the only city in Canada to make the list.
(Check out all 50 cities here.)
Partying In Vegas
Dumb criminals aren't limited to Wayne County and Florida... the newest one lives right near Billy in the city.
Two people have been arrested and charged for robbing a pizza delivery man.
Rochester Police say the delivery man, who works for Salvatore's Pizzeria on Dewey Avenue, was making a pizza delivery to a home on Dewey Avenue just before 4:30p.m. on Friday.
When he arrived at the house, police say 21-year-old Anthony Mayhew was waiting for him and threatened him with a club. The man was forced to leave the food, cash and his phone and left the area to call 911.
Police found Mayhew and 27-year-old Catherine Manchester inside a home on Velox Street and charged them with robbery, grand larceny and criminal mischief.
Who robs someone from their own house? Kind of makes you easy to find.