At Least it wasn’t a Yooper brought to you every day thanks to Kara Applekamp at State Farm Insurance.

Today it’s a cross dressing robber who leaves a job in the red!!

The world’s worst robber is having an identity crisis. A man dressed as a woman who tried to hold up a New Orleans restaurant last week not only failed to get away with any cash, he also left five dollars of his own money at the scene.

The man — who carried a purse and wore a pink jogging suit top with black pants, along with sunglasses and a black wig — walked into Joe’s Cafe and ordered two doughnuts. After handing the cashier a five dollar bill, he whipped out a gun from his purse and mumbled something the clerk couldn’t make out. The employee, who said that she knew right away the robber was a man, began screaming for someone to call 911, which must’ve freaked out the guy because he ran away without taking any cash. He also left behind his own five dollar bill — not to mention the doughnuts he ordered. The bandit is still at large.

This installment of at least it wasn’t a Yooper is brought to you thanks to Kara Applekamp at State Farm Insurance at 2552 US 41 West STE 100 in Marquette.

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Call State Farm agent Kara Applekamp at 906-228-6645 for more information. Kara Applekamp will help you see how much you could save by refinancing with State Farm Bank.
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