(CNN) - Usually female customers don't start reaching in their shirts - but a woman does in a cigarette store in Sacramento on Monday, November 19.
She has an itch all right: apparently to rob the clerk.
While the clerk is distracted she pulls her gun out of her bra.
She tells the clerk to open the drawer but the robbery doesn't exactly go as planned when the clerk puts up a fight.
Robber: "Open the drawer - that's why. Open the drawer."
Clerk: "Give me money and I'll open it."
She may have the weapon, but the clerk has the willingness to fight back - until the robber loses it.
Robber: "Open this *** now... now!"
Clerk: "I'll open it okay."
Robber: "Open it."
Second Robber: "Shoot that ***."
Robber: "I'm about to..."
Second Robber: " You press anything and I swear to God she gonna bust a cap in your ***."
The register opens and the cash grab starts. The robber and her partner in crime grab what they can and get out, but not after one last word.
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