Police: Man Held Up Waffle House With A Pitchfork, Stole Cash Register

Just because your methods are somewhat antiquated doesn’t mean you can get away with allegedly robbing a Waffle House using a pitchfork as your method of force. Police in Georgia are looking for a man accused of forcing Waffle House employee into the back of the restaurant with the farming tool so he could plunder the register.

According to the suspect, the 50-year-old suspect was wearing coveralls and a ski mask when he walked into the restaurant one night and herded employees into a back room with the pitchfork, reports WSB-TV.

“When he realized he couldn’t get the cash register open, he took the whole cash register and exited the store… with his pitchfork,” the chief of police explained.

Once he was outside the joint he apparently dropped the weapon, cops say, but made sure to keep a tight grip on that register. That’s when resourceful employees turned his former tool against him, grabbing the pitchfork to smash the back window of the suspect’s truck before he took off.

“It wouldn’t be an offensive weapon in your garden, but it was in a Waffle House,” the apparently jokey police chief added.

The suspect is on the lam right now after abandoning his truck.

Man robs Waffle House with pitchfork in Norcross [WSBTV]

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  1. ResNullum says:

    I didn’t realize Amish gangs had moved so far south.