Punk demands elderly man’s cash – gets business end of handgun instead

A young punk who expected some easy cash when he attempted to rob a 90-year-old business owner Monday got a surprise instead — the business-end of a handgun.

The would-be robber entered the R&J Laundromat in Dayton, Ohio, asking for change. Before the owner, George Hicks, could comply, the thug changed his tune and demanded all of Hicks’ cash, according to WRGT local Fox-45.

Hicks drew his gun and chased the hoodie-wearing kid out the door, then called 911. The conversation went:

911 Dispatcher: “Did he take any money?”

Victim: “No. No. When he shoved me, I jumped up and went for my gun and when I went for my gun I said I’ll blow your (blanking) brains out and he was gone.”

Watch the Fox-45 newscast:


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