If you must commit a robbery, one of the requirements should be a good plan, right? Of course, no one should ever resort to robbery, especially 29 year old Eric Frey. The Uniontown, PA resident went inside of Michael Maria’s Pizza and handed the cashier a handwritten note on toilet paper that read, “I have a gun. Give me $300.” Why he decided to ask for such a low amount is beyond me. If you’re going to risk going to jail for robbing someone, why not ask for at least $1000? Why not do it big? But, I digress.
Lucky for Michael Maria’s, they didn’t actually get robbed. An employee hit the panic button, which stopped Frey from getting away. According to him, he was forced to commit the robbery by a large, bearded (Click “HERE” to read more)