You shouldn’t move a sandwich to a party and we substantially shouldn’t arrive to a bank spoliation by cab
But that’s what Stanley Geddie did Wednesday afternoon, according to military in Tallahassee, Florida.
When Geddie, 46, arrived during a Central City Bank, he due $25.50. He allegedly told a driver, â€œI will take caring of we when we come out,â€ according to Tallahassee.com.
Geddie afterwards walked into a bank and asked to pronounce to a manager.
When a manager invited him into his office, Geddie allegedly said, “I’m here to sack a bank,”
He also told a manager he was a carrying a .357 gun and C-4 cosmetic explosives and would “blow this place up” if he didn’t get $100,000.
Witnesses told military that Geddie seemed dipsomaniac during his purported bank-robbery-by-taxi.
“His movements let people know something wasn’t utterly right a approach he was acting, substantially slurring his debate something like that,” pronounced Tallahassee Police orator David Northway told a station.
Concerned tellers contacted police, who fast arrived on a stage and met adult with a discontented cab driver, who explained that Geddie was dipsomaniac and had stiffed him on a fare, according to WTSP.com.
Officers pronounced Geddie did not follow commands and was repelled with a jolt gun before being arrested. A hunt suggested he had neither a gun nor explosives.
After nearing during a bank in a taxi, he left in an ambulance. He was taken to a circuitously sanatorium to be treated for jolt gun wounds, according to a New York Daily News.
While there, he allegedly told military he was wearing dual pairs of pants,
Geddie was charged with robbery, facing an officer, dual trial violations and a sparse burglary assign for a delinquent cab fare. He stays in the Leon County jail on $25,000 bond.