Police: Robbery Suspect Told Pizza Restaurant Worker He Was “Having A Bad Day”

We get it — you’re cranky because nothing is going right, everything is turning out wrong and your day just keeps getting worse and worse. But just because you’re having an off moment doesn’t mean you should take it out on others, like a man accused of robbing a pizza joint at gunpoint who told a cashier his day was a dud.

Police in Pennsylvania are on the lookout for a man accused of robbing a pizza joint at gunpoint, reports CBS Pittsburgh, after he told a 19-year-old worker that he was “having a bad day.”

According to law enforcement, the man walked into the restaurant on Friday with a camouflage bag in one hand and a shotgun in the other, and ordered the cashier to fill the bag with money after assuring her that no one would get hurt.

He scolded her for moving too slow for his liking and gave her a countdown to fill the bag, before fleeing the scene on foot with an undisclosed sum of money.

Man Robs Pizza Place At Gunpoint, Say He’s Having “Bad Day” [CBS Pittsburgh]