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Gumby Attempts To Rob 7-Eleven

A man dressed as Gumby, the clay animated cartoon hero, attempted to rob a San Diego-area 7-Eleven this week, but had to leave the store, when the costume blocked a gun he said was in his pocket.

September 08, 2011

Comments (8)

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Leonard Mather @ 9/8/2011 7:47 PM

Advise him to enter as Fred Flintstone. That would allow his carrying a large club in open display.

Jerry (ret. COP) @ 9/8/2011 7:51 PM

What a DUMB A_ _! This guy wins the most stupid robber award.

ChickCop @ 9/9/2011 12:04 AM

Hey Gumby, maybe you should have actually thought out your plan a little more. Oh wait, that's're clearly a criminal......and we all know y'all aren't exactly all the sharpest tacks!

frank @ 9/9/2011 3:12 PM

Stupid is as Stupid Does!!!

tinman @ 9/9/2011 8:52 PM

The funny part is when he gets caught and goes to prison he'll all the sudden change from Gumby to Pokey.

Fred @ 9/12/2011 5:54 PM

@Tinman- Haa Haa, but I think you mean...Pokee!

garry eshepard jr @ 9/13/2011 1:08 PM

Dang man gumby is even feeling the recession that's wha happen when one stop gettting their royalties I bet the horse was waiting outside so they can make a getaway lol what an idiot

Random @ 3/24/2012 4:47 AM

Gumby was lucky. Most 711 owners I have seen carry blunt objects, swards, and guns.

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