Did He or Didn’t He


toilet paper

The robber handed a pizza employee a note written in black ink on a scrap of toilet paper that read “I have a gun. Give me $300.”

The robber told the employee that another man had a gun on him right then, and if he don’t come out of here with the money, he was going to get shot,”

When the employee hit a panic button, police responded to find the man still in the shop.

He told officers that a large, bearded man put a gun to his back in a nearby alley and forced him to take the note to the pizza shop, warning that he would shoot him if he left the business without cash.

Your challenge, if you choose to take it, is to decide if:

A. The man was telling the truth.

B. The man was lying and was caught because __________fill in the blank.

C. The man was telling the truth, but the person holding the gun was another pizza employee.

Check back next week for the answer.

Patricia Bradley
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6 thoughts on “Did He or Didn’t He

  1. dtopliff says:

    It may sound improbable, but I choose A. Can’t wait to hear . . .

  2. Thanks, Dee. This was a fun one to research!

  3. JillKemerer says:

    Ooh, I think he was lying and his girlfriend wrote the note on the TP!

  4. joaniebruce says:

    I say it is B. The man was caught when the police went back to his home and found toilet paper with pen and engravings to prove he wrote the note himself.

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