Tuker Murray is the assistant manager at the Jimmy John's fast food restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri and he's hard to impress. The 24-year-old was working the register when a man, later identified as Terry K. Rayford, walked in and robbed him at gunpoint.
Why is this story particularly newsworthy? In security camera footage, Murray does not look at all even slightly bothered by the gun in his face. As he explains to Buzzfeed, he "did not get the feeling" the robber would actually shoot, so instead of being scared, he got angry. "I was thinking, f**k this guy, dude," Murray eloquently explains. "Because he did it like a b***h."
Police apprehended 54-year-old Rayford a short time later who, it turns out, was on parole and had multiple felony convictions for first degree armed robbery.