Comments about ‘Manager, 3 others arrested in 'staged robbery' of McDonald's in Heber City’

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Published: Monday, Sept. 9 2013 7:25 p.m. MDT

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Howard Beal
Provo, UT

I don't think this is the type of second employment McDonald's was recommending...

The Deuce
Livermore, CA

All this trouble for approximately $4,000.00. It doesn't make alot of sense. What did they think? Or maybe, they didn't think.

Ranch
Here, UT

@Howard Beal;

Best comment ever.

California Steve
Hanford, CA

Tell the jailer to supersize dinner for the little lady.

Shimlau
SAINT GEORGE, UT

would you like fries with that?

Random
Redlands, CA

Let's say it takes 15 minutes tops to rob the place, but maybe an hour to plan it, so we are at 75 minutes. That would make it, had their nefarious plan worked, $800 an hour. I'm going to have to say that's a tad bit more than the $15/ hour people are hoping from McDonalds.

rvalens2
Burley, ID

Would you like iron bars, a side of ankle bracelets and 10 years confinement with your order?

Or will you be ordering ala carte from the prison menu?

Rainman
Syracuse, UT

First lesson in Life as a Criminal 101: If you're going to commit a felony, make sure your cut to be more than $1000.

midvale guy
MIDVALE, UT

The details of the story have been left very unclear. The real question is, how could you not get away with this crime. If you're the manager and dishonest, this should be very easy. The real question is this how come there's four people involved when the really only needs to be two or even one. I think one of the main rules of committing a crime is the less people that know about it the better off you are.

patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

$4000 is a pretty small amount to destroy employment for the rest of your life. People are so dumb.

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