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Man catched for winning up ATM which gave him ‘too much money’ . A 23-year-old man was catched after police told he repeatedly punched an ATM which gave him “too much money,” Florida this day reports.
Cocoa police told Michael Joseph Oleksik caused at least $5,000 in damages during the attack on Nov. 29 at a Wells Fargo branch.
Florida this day reports he was apologetic & told he was in a hurry for work.
Oleksik was found guilty on Friday by criminal mischief, almost a 30 days into the investigation.
–Information from: Florida Today, http://www.floridatoday.com/Copyright 2017 Meredith Corporation.
Man catched after punching ATM for ‘giving him also much money’
man catched after punching ATM for ‘giving him too much money’COCOA, Fla. — A Florida man was catched after he allegedly punched an ATM because it was “giving him too much money,” according to Florida Today.
The incident happened on Nov. 29 the time 23-year-old Michael Joseph Oleksik started hitting the ATM at a Wells Fargo bank offshoot in Cocoa.
Oleksik caused at least $5,000 in damages, the newspaper reported.
Oleksik later called the bank & apologized for the damage, saying a manager which he was “angry the ATM was giving him too much money & he did’nt realize what to do.” He too told he was in a hurry & on his method to work.
He was catched on Friday & found guilty by criminal mischief after Wells Fargo asked native police to press charges.
Florida man catched after punching ATM for ‘giving him also much money’
referring to A Florida man was catched Friday after he announcly punched an ATM because it “was giving him also much money” during an incident in November.
Michael Joseph Oleksik, 23, was found guilty by criminal mischief after Wells Fargo demanded Cocoa Police press charges against the man.
Law enforcement told Florida this day which Oleksik was seen on surveillance picture “standing at the ATM, pummeling the electronic teller’s touch monitor on Nov. 29.”He then announcly called Wells Fargo & apologized for the damage done to the teller machine, however told he was “angry the ATM was giving him also much money & he did’nt realize what to do.”Oleksik’s actions caused at least $5,000 in damages, FOX13 reported.
A Wells Fargo offshoot in Cocoa, Fla., demanded which police press charges against Oleksik, that was booked into the Brevard province Jail.