About as useful as a ‘no guns’ sign
There’s a noted increase in bank robberies. If I ran a bank, I’d probably hire some more guards or put in more cameras. But a bankers association has a pretty dumb idea:
Responding to a more than one-third hike in bank robbery, the Florida Bankers Association is urging its members to adopt new rules.
Not additional guards or cameras, but a dress code for customers.
The group rolled out a “No Hats, No Hoods, No Sunglasses” program, which includes lobby signs asking customers to remove those items before approaching a teller.
Those who refuse would be directed to an area with more security or a more experienced teller.
Yes, because robbers will comply with those directions.