- David Wayne Oliver reportedly robbed a bank in Colorado, went into the street and tossed the money he stole into the air
- While he did that, he wished everyone a wonderful season as he screamed Merry Christmas
- According to an eyewitness, he walked over to a coffee shop, sat and waited until he was arrested
David Wayne Oliver, aged 65, has allegedly robbed a Colorado bank, and immediately he left there, he threw the stolen money into the air shouting Merry Christmas to passersby.
Daily Mail reports that the old-man-robber was arrested when he was sitting at a Starbucks coffee shop after he had robbed the Academy Bank in Colorado on Monday after, December 23.
Though police could not be reached for any comment on the incident, a TV station in Colorado, KKTV, reports an eyewitness’, Dion Pascale, account of how the 65-year-old was tossing the money all over the place.
“He started throwing money out of the bag' before yelling, 'Merry Christmas,” he said
The eyewitness also said that some of the passersby collected the money and returned it to the bank as Oliver walked to the coffee shop and sat like he was waiting for the police to come arrest him.
The jailed man will be appearing before court on Thursday, December 26.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Israeli religious archaeologists said they found where the stone that held the Ark of Covenant sat more than 3,000 years ago.
The researchers who are from Tel Aviv University claimed they discovered the 3,100-year-old temple near the present town of Beit Shemesh.
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It should be noted that according to religious teachings, the Ark carried the 10 Commandments received by Moses on Mount Sinai.
The latest discovery also supported the biblical fact that the Ark sat on a square table. Same researchers also said that the stone has a huge similarity with the one described in the first book of Samuel.
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