A man walked into a bank with a bomb locked around his neck, he walked to a teller and ordered her to gather all the employees with access codes to the vault.  He left the bank with less than $9,000 because the vault couldn’t be opened at that hour.  He then stopped his Geo Metro in a nearby parking lot where he was promptly surrounded by state troopers.  He was handcuffed and left alone in front of a police car.  As the minutes passed waiting for the bomb squad to arrive, the device around his neck starting emitting an accelerating beeping noise.  To continue reading the story of a man duped into robbing a PNC Bank in Erie, Pennsylvania on August 28, 2003 please see Wired January 2011, Collar Bomb:The Strangest Bank Heist Ever by Rich Schapiro.