HR Strange But True!
January 28, 2005

It's one thing to train employees on how to handle robberies. But what should they say when the robber also asks them out on a date?

That's what happened to an 18-year-old woman who was delivering for Domino's Pizza in New Castle County, Delaware, last week, according to police. She was in the process of making a delivery to a home when three men surrounded her and took her cash, along with two pizzas. A short while later, one of the men called her cell phone, apologized, and asked her for a date, county police spokesman Cpl. Trinidad Navarro told the News Journal.

The woman turned down the request -- then gave the phone number to police, who subsequently arrested Brent Brown, 25.

"It would make a perfect story for the television show, 'The World's Dumbest Criminals,'" Navarro said.

After Brown was arrested, investigators linked Andre Moore, 18, and a 16-year-old to the robbery. Moore was arrested; the 16-year-old remained at large.


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