A couple of bank robbers in Omaha Nebraska showed their teamwork skills when faced with a tricky front door. After the first of the two robbers successfully made it into the Security National Bank, the second robber was stuck inside of the vestibules because the door would not open. Security footages show the man trying for quite some time to get inside the bank, but the door would not budge. After the man had nearly exhausted himself from trying to push open the door, even though the sign clearly said pull, his female counterpart came to rescue him from the doors clutches. Once the two robbers made it into the bank, bank employees could not control their laughter. One employee was overheard saying, “You need this more than we do.”
We shouldn’t poke fun of the bank robbers though; we all know what happens when we get hungry. Thankfully the Snicker’s commercials have shown us what to do when we see a friend not being themselves. On the New York Times Square Subway, two men were sitting close by each other when one of the men noticed something odd about the other; he just didn’t seem to be himself. Although the men were strangers before this moment, it didn’t stop Eliexer Reyes from helping his newly made friend Ian Sklarsky. Reyes jumped to his feet and began cramming a Snickers bar down Sklarsky’s mouth in the attempt to make Sklarsky eat the Snickers. Sklarsky suffered a cut lip and a bruised nose, but not hunger. “You are just not yourself when you are hungry.”
A man coming into the LAX airport understands hunger all too well. Before leaving Mexico to get back to the United States, the man packed his luggage with 450 tamales so that he would have them once he reached his California destination. Upon arriving to the airport, the man admitted to having brought back food from Mexico, which was then searched by airport security. The tamales were then destroyed by airport security, who took them to their office, and later returned blaming airport passengers of the crop dusting which started to occur. I don’t know what this world is coming to that you can’t trust tamales that are packed in a suitcase; that’s why I only buy the ones from people selling them out of their trunk on the side of the road.
The poor decisions of some people continued on this week when a Father was arrested in Morehead Kentucky. During a “Shop with a Trooper” event at Walmart, where children are able to go shopping with State Troopers, one man probably could have used a Snickers. A father brought his child to the event and left the kid in the hands of the troopers, while he began shoplifting… in the same store… where his child was… with a State Trooper… and 79 other State Troopers there. The man was quickly arrested with his stolen $40 drill by the entire State Trooper force; where is Eliexer Reyes when you need him??
Although Disneyland already has a large security force working for them, they have upped their security procedures in wake of the recent terrorist attacks. No longer can patrons go to the parks in costume if they are over the age of 14, no longer can you bring in toy guns, and no longer will toy guns be sold inside of the parks. The parks will also have metal detectors to try and discourage people from bringing in anything to the park that could be considered a weapon; all of this is in hopes to make the park a safer place for their guests. If these measures do not help, the park then plans to increase security further by giving each customer a complimentary Snickers bar on the way in to the park where customers must then figure out how to open the door that says “pull.” Problem solved.