SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- A San Antonio fast-food restaurant cashier laughed at a robbery suspect and told him to get a job if he wanted money during a failed holdup on Tuesday evening.
Police said the suspect approached the worker and demanded money, but the cashier laughed and apparently didn't realize the man was trying to hold up the place.
The suspect then allegedly pulled out a box cutter and demanded the cashier's wallet. The employee complied, but had no money in his billfold.
The suspect fled, but was caught by police who responded to the robbery call.
San Antonio police said the suspect is expected to be charged with aggravated robbery.
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