So, a robber walks into a bank with a garden hose…have you heard this one before?

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    According to, a 32-year old Vineland, New Jersey man entered a South Jersey bank on Thursday and handed the teller a note demanding money.

    After successfully robbing the bank of an undisclosed amount of money, he made his way back to the getaway car, which he had parked in front of another business.

    He tried to drive away, but quickly ran out of gas.

    The robber then tried to call a cab company for a ride but was picked up by police moments later.

    Officials say that the weapon he used while robbing the bank was the spray nozzle of a garden hose.

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