STATEN ISLAND, NY – A 25-year-old Port Richmond man allegedly walked into a bank, screamed “this is a robbery” and uploaded video of the incident on his Instagram page.
Last Thursday, Nadreau entered the Northfield bank at 519 Forest Ave. at 1:24pm, according to the criminal complaint and police.
“This is a motherf*cking robbery,” Nadreau said before leaving without any loot.
Nadreau then went to Victory State Bank at 755 Forest Ave. at about 1:28pm.
He spoke to a teller and then walked away while allegedly screaming, “This is a motherf*cking robbery. Everyone put your hands on the floor.”
The suspect left Victory without stealing anything, police said.
Nadreau apparently took a selfie during the Victory incident and posted the video on his Instagram page.
Nadreau allegedly entered a Citi Bank located on 445 Forest Ave. and gave a note to an employee demanding money, authorities allege.
Nadreau was charged with attempted grand larceny and attempted petit larceny.
It’s not the first time Nadreau finds himself in hot water. In 2018, he allegedly threatened to bomb a bank if he didn’t receive $1 million in cash. Nadreau allegedly entered a Citi Bank located on 445 Forest Ave. and gave a note to an employee demanding money, authorities said.
“I got a bomb planted, I will have a third party to blow this s— to smithereens if you don’t put at least a million in this bag, all hundreds, no fake money,” the note read. “If you call cops there will be casualties.”