SAN DIEGO (KGTV/CNN) – Authorities say a man broke into a bank to use a microwave for his Hot Pocket Wednesday.
Police were called to a Wells Fargo bank in San Diego early that morning. When they arrived, they found a broken window near the bank’s drive-thru.
They say the alarm company reported surveillance cameras captured a man inside a break room and using the microwave.
Officers arrested the man, who has not been identified. That’s when he admitted to breaking in for a Hot Pocket. and that’s when he admitted why he was there.
“Yes, all that for a Hot Pocket,” he told a reporter at the scene. “Hot Pocket. Hot Pocket.”
When asked if it was worth it, the man responded, “Hell yeah, it was worth it. [Expletive] yes, it was worth it. For a Hot Pocket? Hell yeah!”
The man was arrested on suspicion of breaking into the bank.
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