Masked gunman at casino kisses and apologises to employees before leaving with $5,000

A masked gunman robbed US$5,000 (S$6349) from a small casino in Guam earlier this week. 

But this robber appeared to have more of a conscience.

The man apologised to two employees of a small casino, and also hugged and kissed them before fleeing with the money.

He was wearing a camouflage baseball cap and a black ski mask, entered the Lucky Land gambling room with a handgun.

About six to eight customers than rushed for the exits, reported local media.

The gunman was seen on surveillance video approaching employee, Genevie Santos,23, and her boyfriend, Jhan Olivarez, 24, an off-duty employee who was hanging out at the casino.

As he demanded the employees for cash, he told them that he was going to shoot if they didn't open the door to the office.

He grabbed the cash and took $200 from Olivarez's wallet and ID

As Santos couldn't stop crying, the gunman hugged the couple before kissing Olivarez on the neck and Santos on the forehead.

He then aplogised, saying: "I'm sorry you had to be the ones working."

When Santos told the robber they didn't have money to renew her boyfriend's license, the gunman returned the ID and gave Olivarez $7.

Source: Pacific Daily News