Sunday, April 30, 2017

Man Robs Restaurant Cashier; The Cashier Just Kinda Shrugs

In this image from a security camera, the guy in the blue
sweatshirt is robbing Jimmy John's employee Tuker Murray,
who seemed vaguely annoyed durng the whole episode. 
Tuker Murray has to be the most relaxed person in the world.

He's an assistant manager at a Jimmy John's restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri.

A few days ago, a guy came in to rob the place. The whole thing was caught on a security camera, which you can see at the bottom of this post.

The robber, after first pretending to order food, produces a gun and shoves it into Murray's face.

I love Murray's body language. Not this again!

He was wearing gloves food preparers use to prevent the spread of germs, and then this guy comes in:

As Buzzfeed News describes it:

"Murray took his damn time pulling off his gloves, slowly opening the cash register, and looking like he doesn't get paid nearly enough for this crap.

Murray told Buzzfeed News he 'did not get the feeling' the robber wouldn't actually shoot, so he wasn't scared - but he was pissed off."

In other words, Murray was just annoyed by the whole thing.

(Another manager, partly visible at the beginning of the video, went to another room and called police.)

The next day, police arrested Terry K Rayford, 54, and charged him with being a felon in possession of a firearm. Other charges are very, very likely pending.  Authorities say Rayford was on parole at the time of the Jimmy John's robbery and had several felony convictions for first degree armed robbery.

Murray told TMZ: "I was actually surprised when the detective told me that he had done like 12 other robberies and been to jail before, 'cause it was amateur hour."

After the robbery and the police left, Murray stayed at the restaurant to continue his shift.

Here's the video of a very chill Murray during the robbery:

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