Metro robber got up after staff asked ‘too many questions’

In a currently viral TikTok, a robber is said to be trying to steal from a Subway restaurant. When he demanded money from the workers, he was met with confusion.

TikTok user @7hunnidtimes posted the video four days ago, although the text overlay shows the problem as a “crash”. TikTok has received 1.6 million views.

“Tb came when we were robbed by the calmest man in America and he walked away, whatever it was because he felt we were asking too many questions,” the text covered in the video reads. .

@ 7hunnidtimes I’m really confused because it’s really just the subway #fyp #foru #trending #popular #28DaysOfEucerin #fyp #for you #foryoupage #subway #rob ♬ original sound – tunechi

“Give me the money,” the alleged robber can be heard saying in the video. “Give you money?” The TikToker replied, then said “oop” under his breath. After a beat, another worker can be heard asking for clarification: “For you what money?”

“I’m really confused because it’s really just the Metro,” @7hunnidtimes wrote in the caption.

Thousands of comments flooded the video, most of which laughed at workers’ reactions to a potentially dangerous situation.

“LMAOOO Gen z doesn’t understand danger,” one person commented.

“You guys are not just fueling a robber, I’m crying,” another comment with 20,000 likes read.

Others feel accused of being the robber and his weak attempt at committing a crime in the fast food restaurant.

“Not that the robber is worried,” wrote one user.

“He must have gone mad with shame,” said another.

“You were all so confused he gave up,” one comment read.

“This guy didn’t bring ‘give me money’ energy,” one of the many comments teased the attempted stickup reading. “Can he bring me the ‘loan me a dollar’ energy?”

While most of the answers were other Gen-Zers regarding the Metro workers’ reaction to a robbery, others were glad the situation didn’t take a turn for the worse.

“It’s good that he’s not a cool gunman,” replied one user.

Daily Dot has reached out to @7hunnidtimes via TikTok comment and Subway via email.

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* First published: February 6, 2022, 11:38 a.m. CST

Gisselle Hernandez

Gisselle Hernandez is a freelance journalist based in Belize, where she writes articles on internet culture and travel. She enjoys watching anime, playing video games and talking about everything on TikTok. Metro robber got up after staff asked ‘too many questions’

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