Georgia Fan Would Like To Make A Withdrawal – MONEY! NOW! [Cuff 'Em]
It was in the mid-70s yesterday in Cobb County, Georgia. Not exactly hooded sweatshirt weather, but that didn’t stop Georgia fan from deciding it was a good day to make an unauthorized withdrawal from a Kroger’s. This is actually one of the stranger football fan/baseball fan combos. It also reinforces the theory that we have. Football hats, for some reason, just haven’t caught on in American pop culture.
Hands up, punks! Homeboy needs his money – NOW!
Cobb County police said a man entered a Fifth Third Bank branch at a Kroger at 2100 Roswell Road in Marietta and handed a teller a note demanding money.
The man was given an undisclosed amount of cash, and he fled on foot, police said.
The 5-foot 8-inch white man was wearing a hooded black sweatshirt with “GEORGIA” in arched lettering on the front. He also had on a baseball cap with a star logo and wore sunglasses and gloves.
Star logo? Um, Astros. Jesus, when are these newspapers gonna get writers that know their logos. APB! Got an Astros fan on the loose buying tickets to Georgia vs. Florida.
It’s kinda strange, we figured Georgia fans would give up on this team when they opened 0-2 and looked dead. Now they could win the SEC East and fans are even repping in bank robberies. Crazy bastards.
Anyway, we’re still 0-for-2011 in busting Baseball Cap Bank Robbers. Gonna keep plugging away. We bust open one case and newspapers, police and TMZ will start taking this series seriously. Make it happen.