Weird Bank Robber – a sequel

I am sure some of you remember this post I made almost a year ago. Well, this story has a sequel and I have read about it in newspaper few days ago.
The very same guy, Aleksandar Spasic, was released from jail to try to defend himself from a freedom. Well, I gues he wanted to either get some money or turn attention to himself on a most stupid way he could think of. He entered to a small exchange office, armed with plastic pistol and covered face, demanding from female employee a money. She refused and started to scream, turning attention of people outside. One of them tried to stop him, noticing that gun is plastic, but Spasic managed to escape and started to run. Then, one of the guys on the street just put leg and stumbled him while the rest of them caught him. Then they called for a police and he ended up in custody again.
Can you believe how stupid that man is? Last year he managed to rob a bank he was working as acountant and then gave almost all of the money back. I think 100 thousand euros are still missing – someone was much smarter I guess πŸ˜† And now he tried to do rob exchange office :doh:
He reminds me of a people who desperately need attention and are ready to do everything they can to get it. No matter the consequences.
I am not sure he is aware that he will be forgotten in a no time :left:

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68 Responses to Weird Bank Robber – a sequel

  1. LorenzoCelsi says:

    Do you remember an old discussion about foreign criminals? Listen this, lately there have been several robberies with homicides and/or sexual violence (even over a 14 years old girl) made by immigrants, one by the other.After employing the army in some hot spots in big cities, the government is making some sort of law to "legalize" the formation and use of "citizen patrols", made by private citizens who should go around, look for suspect people and call the police in case.

  2. Javaen says:

    :doh: I had to read the first one first. Too funny. That's cool some dude just tripped him. Sometimes it's just too easy!

  3. LorenzoCelsi says:

    There are good news and bad news here.The good news are nobody got wounded.The bad news are the man is obviously mentally disturbed and probably need assistance instead of prison.

  4. gdare says:

    Java – read it, it is interesting; back then I thought he is intelligent :doh:Lorenzo – yes, I was thinking about that; probably he will be put on observation for some time; I think he will find a jail more interesting place :insane:

  5. Javaen says:

    Oh Dare. I did. I like things in order in my head. Like a good girl I got the backstory pronto. :up: Heard of one here where a drunk guy hit a parked car and the woman getting into it, then left her there like that. Left his license plate tho. Cops arrested him passed out in his car in the driveway.

  6. PainterWoman says:

    I think he could go on a list I've seen for the dumbest criminals. There was one guy who broke into a place, stole some stuff but then, on his way back out the window, his wallet falls out but he doesn't know it. Gotcha!There was an incident just a few days ago where three guys were in the process of breaking into a house. The man living in the house was scared that there were three of them and he had no weapon. He ran out the back way, then up front to the street and saw a car sitting there with the motor running. He jumped in the car and took off, then called the police. He told the police he was in the robbers car but to hurry because they were probably in his house. The police dispatcher started laughing, then told the guy he better park the car somewhere and get out because he could be charged with theft. Anyway, the robbers were caught running down the street. All the guy's stuff was dropped on the sidewalk when the robbers saw their car was gone. AND, the guy wasn't charged with car theft.

  7. rose-marie says:

    Oh dear… What happened? He got angry with his wife again? :p

  8. Spaggyj says:

    Seems to me like he did it for attention. Perhaps his mother never hugged him :awww: . Seriously though, there's something very wrong with a guy who'll hold up a place of business when something agitates him. More to the point… The fact that his first attempt was "to teach he could take the money without hurting anyone" and attempt two was just pathetic says to me that he wanted to be caught on both occasions.

  9. ellinidata says:

    awwwww he definitely needs his Prozac… πŸ˜₯ I hope he gets help,and I also hope that we will have a third post on him that has only positive news,:heart:

  10. thaodp says:

    :eyes: What was in his mind? :faint:

  11. gdare says:

    Lorenzo – it could be a good solution; I don`t know about Italy, but our minister of Interior Affairs declared that we are in lack of police members :eyes:Pam – I have read about that second case you mentioned, it was in our newspapers under section "Crazy Planet" :lol:Rose – in one interview few months ago he said that divorce struck him very bad, and the worse thing is that he will see his kids once in two weeks (I think); so, maybe….Java – enough reasons to got his ass in jail :irked:Angeliki – πŸ˜† :sst: is Mars far enough?Kimmie – when citizen caught him he started to yell: What are you doing? Do you know who I am? I am the famous acountant of Reifaissen bank who took all that money? :faint:Zaphira – "And how stupid he must have felt when he got caught!" I think this is the worse part :PMit – probably nothing sane :)San – he could try to find the rest of the money that are missing from his previous robbery; he would have alll the media attention he wanted; maybe even a small reward πŸ˜€

  12. sanshan says:

    Poor guy. I think you're right, he craves the attention in some strange way.

  13. Zaphira says:

    I guess we'll never really understand what is going on in that guy's head, if anything at all. And how stupid he must have felt when he got caught!

  14. Javaen says:

    πŸ˜† mayyyyybe. I don't think he's that smart

  15. ricewood says:

    Maybe he just likes getting mentioned in blogs worldwide πŸ˜€

  16. ellinidata says:

    :lol:yes and then I felt too guilty of it ! :p

  17. Spaggyj says:

    Perhaps his mother really didn't hug him enough πŸ˜†

  18. gdare says:

    Allan – I doubt he has Internet access in jail. And I don't think he has visitors to tell him :)Java – indeed :DAngeliki and Kimmie – πŸ˜†

  19. ricewood says:

    He probably haven't internet access where he is. I've heard they usually haven't – even though I don't know why they shouldn't when they have received their sentence and is just serving time.

  20. Javaen says:

    :irked: don't get me started. πŸ˜€

  21. Javaen says:

    With all due respect ricewood. I say they deserve no internet. :knight: Unless it's to take online classes or a reward for continued good behavior and progress. I don't care if people don't agree with me. Jail shouldn't be FUN! 😦

  22. ricewood says:

    But they have TV?

  23. Javaen says:

    :D. Dare, yer so…. Awesome. :yes:

  24. ricewood says:

    What about books?

  25. gdare says:

    Books are ok πŸ˜€

  26. gdare says:

    Thanks. But i know I am not. Just and ordinary man πŸ˜›

  27. gdare says:

    :lol:I am with Java on this one. They should not have Internet and only Animal planet or History channel on TV. Nothing else.She is right, jail should be a punishment, not amusement park :knight:

  28. Javaen says:

    Books are fine And yes you are! πŸ˜›

  29. gdare says:


  30. Dacotah says:

    Darko, what does this mean "was released from jail to try to defend himself from a freedom."?:)

  31. gdare says:

    Sorry, I tried to translate something that have probably a specific name in law. That means that court decided to let him go out of jail and then organize his defence in the court of law. He was no troublemaker while being in jail and there is no possibility to run away from country.I hope you understand it now? Do you know what is it called in English?

  32. Javaen says:

    :sst: I could be wrong. Carols answer was waaay more confident. πŸ™‚

  33. Dacotah says:

    You are welcome Darko. :DJen, it could be the same thing, not sure.

  34. gdare says:

    Thanks both for explaining πŸ™‚

  35. Dacotah says:

    I believe bail is the same thing. Not to sure. :)Me too. πŸ˜€

  36. Dacotah says:

    Here they call it when someone is let out of jail before trail, bond. He was granted a bond, he bonded out. Don't know the right phrase. Thank you for explaining it Darko. πŸ™‚

  37. gdare says:

    Ok πŸ˜€

  38. Javaen says:

    Bail the same thing? :confused: I'm tired. Not thinking straight.

  39. SittingFox says:

    Oh dear… :eyes:I hope he gets whatever help he needs…but it does sound like he needs a new hobby!

  40. gdare says:

    Graham – thanks for explanation; anyway, he will not get it again, that is for sure :PJava – :DAdele – or a job; after spending some time behind bars he will not work as a bankar, no way πŸ˜€

  41. Javaen says:

    Thank you kindly. :). I was curious. Sounds like they could be somewhat interchangable…He was bailed out…. Or bonded out….:up: Gotcha.

  42. Javaen says:

    πŸ™„ πŸ˜›

  43. edwardpiercy says:

    I say give 'em only John Updike novels and let 'em suffer.:)We here in the US say that we shouldn't give prisoners internet access. But then they have companies that work out of the prisons hiring inmates to work computers doing sales and customer service stuff. No matter which side of it you would be on, it seems a little contradictory. In any case, it's probably fortunate for society that most criminals are pretty damn stupid.

  44. Javaen says:

    Dare- πŸ˜€

  45. gdare says:

    We posted almost at the same time, I was :insane: at Graham`s comment πŸ˜›

  46. Javaen says:

    πŸ˜† It's funny how the order of smilies can change everything! :D. And Graham, nothing surprises me anymore! The world is crazy.

  47. gdare says:

    The clever ones are more scary :left:

  48. Javaen says:

    I'm weird. I'm so analytical. The clever ones make me wanna know how their mind works. What makes them tick. I'm such a Forensic Files fan. Love to study human behavior. But yeah, they can be. :insane:

  49. gdare says:

    This man was so much fun, last year when he robbed that bank, he put money on different locations and asked policemen questions and riddles to reveal the positions of bags :faint:I guess he wanted to look so smart πŸ˜†

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