Last month, two men in D.C. were robbed at gunpoint while enjoying a simple meal of pizza. They were seated in front of Pizzoli's Pizzeria near Logan Circle when the man—who they thought was a panhandler—approached them.
According to one of the victims, he knew things were about to take a turn for the worse when he made eye contact with the man. "Oh, man, this isn’t good. This guy isn’t just looking for some change," he recalls thinking. After the other man said they didn't have any money, the assailant pulled out a gun and demanded they give him the contents of their pockets.
He made off with $200 cash, put dropped one of their iPhones when he saw police. The entire incident, which was captured by the restaurant's surveillance camera, can be seen below.
[via NBC Washington]