52-year-old Kerry Johnson from Charleston, West Virginia went to a casino on Tuesday morning, and sat down at a blackjack table.

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In the five hours he played, Johnson was down to his last $25. So he left the $25 chip on the table to hold his seat while he ran out for a second. He popped into a bank down the street, told the teller he had a bomb and a weapon, and got some cash.

He went back to the casino, sat back down in the same seat, and started gambling with his new money. The police quickly traced the robbery back to him and arrested him later that night at his house. He's facing 10 to 20 years in prison for felony bank robbery.