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A would-be-robber got more than he bargained for when he attempted to rob a man pumping gas at the gas station. He got a nice present, and it wasn’t a fat wallet full of cash.

Here is a sneak peak at what happens when victims aren’t into playing victim. There are more of us who carry than people realize!

stltoday.com reports;

Police say the man was at the Phillips 66 station at 4500 North Broadway about 7 a.m. when a dark-colored car pulled up. A man jumped out of the passenger seat and tried to rob the victim.

But the victim had his own gun and pulled it on the would-be robber, shooting him in the buttocks.

The wounded robber fled to the 6100 block of North Broadway and got medical help, said Leah Freeman, a police department spokeswoman.

 

In the robbery at Hollywood Casino about 6 a.m. Wednesday, two men drove into the parking garage in a dark-colored car. One of them approached a man who was leaving the casino and tried to rob him at gunpoint in a parking garage, police say. But the victim in that case had just lost big at the casino.

“They tried to rob him but he was broke. He literally had $2,” Maryland Heights Police Officer Mark Fedak said.

The victim handed the robber the $2. The robber, a bit irked, asked the man for his wallet, and the victim complied, Fedak said.

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