1Disguised As Fake Nuns
According to the police official, the drugs — 60,000 doses — had a street value of $35,470 and were probably going to be distributed locally. The suspects, ages 20, 32, and 37, were jailed and are awaiting trial.
2Disguised As A Hill
3Disguised With A Permanent Marker
American police stopped their car after a witness reported that two men "with painted faces" were trying to break into a flat in Carroll, Iowa. The caller added that the pair were wearing dark, hooded tops and had driven off in a big white car.
Police soon spotted a 1994 Buick Roadmaster matching the description and stopped it at gunpoint. They found the two men, both of whom had what appeared to be masks, beards or moustaches scrawled onto their faces. McNelly, 23, and Miller, 20, were both charged with attempted second-degree burglary and were released on bail.
4Disguised With Duct Tape
Unfortunately for the Bandit, his meticulous plan went a bit wrong when the store manager at Shamrock Liquors in Ashland, Kentucky spotted him stealing rolls of change and chased him out of the store. Ironically, he chased him with a wooden club wrapped in duct tape. The Bandit was then wrestled to the ground in the parking lot by another store employee, who held him until the police arrived. When they got there, the cops had the fun job of peeling the duct tape off the man's face.
Revealed beneath the Duct Tape Bandit's disguise was his true identity. He was not a masked supervillain, but an ordinary man with the deeply implausible name of Kasey G. Kazee, who was charged with first-degree robbery.
5Disguised As A "Crusty Old White Man"
In 2010, an unidentified Hong Kong man boarded Air Canada flight AC018, bound for Vancouver from Hong Kong, disguised in an old-man mask and carrying a boarding pass of a U.S. citizen born in 1955. Unfortunately, suspicion arose around the fact that his hands looked surprisingly young. Later during the flight, he was seen going to the bathroom and emerging as an Asian male in his early 20s. Border Service agents took him into custody when the plane landed in Vancouver.
He has since requested refugee protection and remains in a Vancouver prison.
6Disguised As Spiderman
7Dressed As Smurfs
Camera footage from the convenience store (featured above) shows the Smurfs moments before the alleged assault took place.
8Disguised As The Sun
When deputies were investigating the incident, Drachenburg was "disguising himself as 'The Sun' with the intent to obstruct the due execution of law." The report does not specify how Drachenburg attempted to pull off such a deception.
Additionally, it is unclear whether or not the man was trying to pass as the actual sun or as a copy of a publication, such as the Sun Sentinel, which might be referred to as "The Sun." When queried about these two matters, a spokeswoman for the Walton County Sheriff's Office said, “[It looks like] 'The Sun' ... is the name he gave for himself to the deputy."
9Disguised As The Picture From A Stolen Driver's License
10Disguised In A Gumby Costume
The would-be thief, disguised as the famed green claymation character, entered the 7-Eleven on the 9700 block of Carmel Mountain Road along with an ordinarily dressed cohort shortly after midnight, according to detectives.
"Gumby said, 'This is a robbery,"' Detective Hassen said, "and the clerk thought it was a joke. He said, `I have cleaning to do, and I don't have time for this."' The man in the costume -- complete with Gumby's trademark steeply slanting head and cheerful, yellow-and-red facial features -- then replied that he had a gun and began struggling with the unwieldy suit, as if trying to retrieve a concealed weapon.
Fumbling with the outfit for several moments, the bandit only managed to drop 26 cents' worth of change, which he then was unable to retrieve from the floor.
His companion, meanwhile, had wandered out of the store and gotten into a white or silver minivan, which he pulled in front of the business. After the driver honked his horn a few times, the frustrated man in the Gumby getup walked out, got into the vehicle, and the pair drove off.
The victim, still unconvinced that an actual robbery attempt had happened, did not report it. A manager who arrived for his work shift about 6 a.m., however, decided that a crime had transpired and called the police.