Bank robber sits in lobby to get arrested after hold-up and asks to be deported to Somalia
Hassan Muse Farah, of Minneapolis, threatened to blow up the Wells Fargo Bank in the city on Friday.
A bank employee said Farah had walked through the front entrance and gave one of the tellers a threatening hand written note.
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The teller gave him $1,805 from the register, CBS news reports.
Then Farah, 20, walked over to a chair in the lobby and sat down to wait until police arrived.
They say he robbed the bank and waited for them to arrive just so he could be sent to prison and then deported to his native Somalia so he can be reunited with members of his family.
Farah remains in custody. Bail is set at $50,000.