Bank robber's comical blunder

Paul Neaverson ordered a cashier to pay money directly into his own account.


A bank robber ordered a cashier to pay money directly into his own account.

Paul Neaverson, 61, stormed into a high street branch of NatWest and approached the counter, telling the cashier to "put £500 in my account".

However, his efforts subsequently became a source of ridicule in court, with Danny Moore, defending, saying of Neaverson's attempts: "It was ridiculous. It only had one ending.

"He now finds himself staring down the barrel of a very long sentence."

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