It was like a scene from a movie. A man wearing a hoodie walks into a Boston bank, with the intention of robbing it. He gets up to the teller window, where he hands the teller a note that reads "give me all your money." You can almost feel the tension and suspense, that is, until the teller refuses the would-be robber, saying that the window is closed. Ouch! That hurts.So, what would any self-respecting would-be bank robber do? Move on to the next window, that's what. So, he does. He gets to the next window, and this teller tells the man that he "cut in line", and that he should "go back and wait his turn."  Officials say the teller also told the man to "take off his hoodie."

It does sound like a movie-Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run which, by the way, is one of my all-time favorite comedies. Rent it sometime.

Boston Globe