Tuesday, August 09, 2005
The Perfect Crime
Sometimes you just have to tip your hat to criminals. Seems that five Brazilian bank robbers dug a tunnel 13 feet deep and 262 feet long from a house, under a major thoroughfare in the northeast coastal Brazilian city of Fortaleza, and drilled a hole in a bank vault.
And just how much money did they make off with?
$65 Million. I'm unsure of the Soprano Currency Code for "Million". $65 Million Dollars worth of untraceable, non-sequential, wallet worn currency.
Conventional wisdom dictates some of the bank robbers may make bring too much attention to themselves after so large a haul.
I guess somebody paid attention to all those bank robber movies after all.
Bem feito, gente!