Masked bandit apologizes, kisses couple in robbery
HAGATNA, Guam — A masked bandit in Guam apologized to two employees of a small casino and kissed them before fleeing with more than $5,000.
The Pacific Daily News reports that surveillance video shows a man in a ski mask entering Lucky Land game room Wednesday with a handgun.
Employee Genevie Santos says the man demanded cash before forcing his way into the office where she was working and her boyfriend, Jhun Olivarez, was hanging out.
The robber took cash and Olivarez’s wallet, which had about $200 and his ID.
Santos says he apologized to the couple, hugged them and then kissed Olivarez on the neck and her on the forehead.
When she complained they didn’t have money to renew Olivarez’s license, he returned the ID and gave Olivarez $7.
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