Unarmed Ang Moh Successfully Robs Bank while Local and Foreign Bank Robbers Failed Before Him

The perpetrator of yesterday’s bank robbery at Standard Chartered bank in Holland Village is suspected to be an ang moh man who was wearing a grey hoodie and mustard pants.

The ang moh is believed to have been unarmed when he performed the robbery.

He made off with S$30,000 and gave everyone the slip.

Police are still searching for him and no identity has been revealed to the public yet.

Score 1 for this ang moh bank robber.

Before him, local Malay chap Ismail Shaikh Ahmad tried to rob a United Overseas Bank  outlet in City Plaza in 2008.

He made off with a big fat zero-dollar paycheque.

Dressed as a woman, the 45-year-old told the bank teller he had a “bomb” in a paper bag and demanded money.

Bank staff restrained him and it was wig off and handcuffs on.

Back in 2004, Indonesian Brian Khoo tried to rob a Maybank outlet at Bukit Timah.

He even held a customer hostage at gunpoint.

Problem is, it was a toy gun and Maybank had a sharpshooter security guard.

The Cisco officer shot Khoo twice and that was the end of him.

To think yesterday’s ang moh didn’t need any of thatm or even a Batmobile.




  1. DaRiBi

    July 8, 2016 at 6:20 pm

    O yes… this Ang Moh definitely have something while he robbed Standard Charter… he used only his balls….hahhaahaahaa……

  2. AT

    July 9, 2016 at 3:12 pm

    How do you know he was not armed?

  3. sdfghj

    July 28, 2016 at 9:06 pm

    It is just sooo shocking!

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