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When arrested for robbing the convenience store, the man quickly told police his defense for the “so-called” robbery.
“I walked into the store, and not even one person objected. The sign on the door even said “Welcome — Come on in!”
“The store’s owner did nothing to hide the fact that he had lots of cash in the store. There is was, all green and crispy, flashing like a seductive fashion model, yelling out — Look at me! Don’t you want me?”
“If that guy didn’t want to be robbed, why then does he own a store with money in it?”
“So when I held up the store and took the money, can you really blame me? The store was just asking for it. And the clerk gave me that money. Willingly “gave” it to me. He didn’t yell “Robbery!” while I was there taking the money. Oh no, he waited until after I left. Doesn’t that tell you something?”
The police summarily released the man. It was clear to any thinking person that this was not a “legitimate robbery.”
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