If you're planning to rob a bank, we have two pieces of advice for you: 1) Don't do it, and 2) if you do, don't go back to the same bank later that day to complain about not getting enough money.

Authorities in Syracuse, New York, say 28-year-old Arthur Bundrage did both of those things. Allegedly, he walked into a bank and ordered a teller give him $20,000. At first, the teller was apprehensive to give him anything because Bundrage never once made a threat or displayed any kind of weapon. However, she eventually opted to give him some cash just to get him to leave.

Police say Bundrage got away with whatever money the teller gave him but returned shortly after when he realized that she in fact did not give him the $20,000 he asked for. Luckily, officers were there to greet him at the front doors of the bank.

Bundrage was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny and first-degree stupid.

[Huffington Post]