California Man Breaks Into Bank To Microwave Hot Pocket, Says “It Was Worth It”


Nothing stands between a man and his Hot Pockets.

According to NBC San Diego, police were dispatched to a Wells Fargo Bank around 3am after an alarm trigger a police response. But this dude wasn’t looking to rob a bank, he was looking for a place to microwave his Hot Pockets.

The police surrounded the building , eventually going in an arresting him. While they were slapping the cuffs on, the man, who was apparently homeless, said it was absolutely worth it.

“Was it worth it? Yeah, it was worth it… A Hot Pocket? Hell, yeah.”

Gotta love it.

Homeless dude just wants a warm meal at 3am, he’s got two frozen hot pockets that he just bought and nowhere to microwave them.

Now granted, 7-11 has a microwave you can use, most convenient stores do, maybe the lobby of a hotel… there were probably like a hundred better options than breaking into a bank with easily the most security on the block. Mass oversight there… but at the end of the day, he got his Hot Pocket and something tells me that was all he really cared about.

And now, here’s Jim Gaffigan’s glorious take on Hot Pockets.

A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock