There are ways to get money if you need it:

-Start a Go Fund Me Page

-Take out a loan at a bank

-Or just flat out ask someone for it.

Just to name a few.

Here's one thing you should never even consider doing - robbing a bank!

A Texas man was arrested Friday after police say he robbed a bank the day before his wedding to pay for the ring and the venue.

Now should we feel sorry for him?

Heath Edward Bumpous of Crockett, Texas reportedly told Trinity County Sheriff Woody Wallace that he didn’t have enough money to cover the expenses of tying the knot.

Bumpus reportedly decided to rob a Citizens Bank, allegedly telling an employee there that he had a weapon and demanding cash out of the register. After he received the cash, he jumped into his car and threw his clothes on a dirt road as he drove.

After photos of Heath surfaced on the Trinity County Sheriff's Facebook page, a person close to Heath convinced him to turn himself in. That person was his fiance. She sounds like a keeper.

He’s being charged with aggravated robbery, and there's been no word on whether the bride has decided to go through with the wedding.

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