D.C. police have arrested a man suspected of robbing two men outside of a Pizzoli's Pizzeria at gunpoint. Thirty-year-old James Edward Wade was arrested and charged with armed robbery on Saturday. A video depicting the incident made waves last week after viewers noted how casual the entire incident appeared.

One of the victims, Andrew Swanson, said the suspect asked them for money, but neither felt threatened until he brandished a weapon. Swinson's friend reportedly offered the assailant some of his gyro to create a diversion so he could hide his phone. The suspect escaped with $200 cash and an iPhone, which he dropped when he heard the sounds of police.

[via DCist]

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