Robbing a hotel requires two things: a great disguise, and intelligence.
A New Jersey man is in trouble with the law for allegedly robbing a hotel he was staying at while dressed like a Halloween ghost. Officials say Joseph Elder of Wayne Township is accused of wearing a bed sheet with eye-holes cut through as a disguise while sneaking into the Ramada's lobby and then taking off with a cash drawer.
It went down last weekend and officials just announced the arrest. It also didn't take long for officials to figure out he was a guest at the place when he committed the crime and it's not clear if he was wearing a hotel-owned sheet. Elder slipped through the closed Tilted Kilt bar to steal the cash.