Crime For some reason this reminds me of the Woody Allen film Take The Money and Run, which also featured a long timer, What Led a 92-Year-Old to a Life of Crime - Anger, Money Woes, One Last Adventure?:
"Whatever the prompt, on Dec. 9, 1998, a week before his 87th birthday, Rountree entered the SouthTrust Bank in Biloxi, Miss. "I was kind of dumb about it. I just walked in and told the gal behind the counter to give me money," he said. "Then I told her not to say anything until five minutes after I left." But as the old man was making his getaway, someone followed him and he was arrested within minutes, according to police records. He was eventually given three years' probation, fined $260 and told to leave Mississippi."
To be honest I wish I had this kind of energy now...

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