Stuff in real life doesn’t work quite like it would in a movie, and a man named Andrew Peppers found that out the hard way.
Nice try, Andrew Peppers.
Peppers, a 22-year-old from Bentbrook, Texas, was arrested on Friday after allegedly trying to rob a Domino’s restaurant in Fort Worth while dressed as a Domino’s employee, the Star-Telegram reports.
The details of Peppers’ scheme were not immediately clear; however, his plan fell apart when a Domino’s manager instructed another employee to call police, who then told the cops that “someone there was trying to rob the store.”
Police arrived to find Peppers wearing a Domino’s shirt and hat, KXAS reports.
According to a description provided by the employee who phoned police, Peppers was also wearing sunglasses and gloves, as well as a “doctor’s mask over his face.”
Peppers was charged with aggravated robbery and placed in Fort Worth’s Tarrant County Jail on Sunday. He’s being held on a $25,000 bond.