Lost in Translation: 5 Craziest Crimes of the Week Including an unexpected suspect in a prostitution sting By Newser Editors, Newser Staff Posted Sep 4, 2015 5:07 AM CDT Updated Sep 4, 2015 9:22 AM CDT 1 comment Comments This would-be robber was stymied by a note in Spanish. (Crime Stoppers) (Newser) – An important lesson for all potential bank robbers and a Bigfoot-loving graffiti artist can be found among the week's weird crime stories: Would-Be Robber Foiled by Translation Error: Police say a hopeful robber walked into a San Antonio bank on Tuesday and handed the teller a deposit slip with the words "dame dinero" written on it. That's Spanish for "give me money," but things go didn't quite as planned because of the language barrier. Prosecutor Gives 87-Year-Old Man a Pass: A Michigan man lived 87 years without so much as a blot on his criminal record—until a night in June when he was nabbed in a sting and accused of soliciting a prostitute. Lucky for him, he caught a forgiving prosecutor. Guy Applies for Job, Sends Wrong Photos to HR: An Illinois job applicant either has terrible follow-up skills or terrible texting skills, but either way, he's out of a new gig. Police took a report from the HR manager of a company who alleged that a job candidate texted her nude photos after receiving a job offer. He swears it was an accident, but it still didn't end well for him. Police Not Amused by This Bigfoot Sighting: Bigfoot has been popping up all over Kennebunk, Maine, of late, but police say the local run is over for Sasquatch. How so? A local graffiti artist, charged with criminal mischief, can explain. Cops: Do-Gooder Kidnapped a Guy: Oh, but the line between charity and kidnapping is a fine one. A Connecticut man is accused of forcing a 77-year-old into his home and forcing him to eat meat, because he thought the man was homeless and hungry. He was 0 for 2 on that score. Click to read about more crazy crimes.