Melbourne, Aug 2 (ANI): A robber in the US, who held up a fast-food restaurant, is said to have called back the place twice to complain that he did not get enough money.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the man, who wore a ski mask and was armed with a gun, walked up to an Atlanta based Wendy's drive-through window and ordered an employee to put the cash drawer on the counter.
He grabbed the drawer and ran, later discarding it in some nearby bushes.
But he called back the fast-food restaurant to complain that there was not enough money, and the police said that he made a threat during a second call also.
"Next time there better be more than 586 dollars," the Courier Mail quoted the robber as saying in one call. (ANI)