I had always imagined that many robberies are better planned than most weddings.
The joint is cased, the timings are worked out to perfection and the take is cut at the end of the proceedings.
Sometimes, though, robbers are either desperate, bored or astoundingly trusting in their makers.
For they eschew planning in favor of, well, the exciting act itself.
This act of malice without aforethought tends to turn out about as well as most early morning weddings between drunken people at a Vegas chapel.
I bring you the tale of Derrick Mosley. He is 22-years-old and he clearly knows where the money is.