How to Hold Up A Bank
Ever wanted to hold up a bank... and get away with it? Now you can! This model of a fun, peaceful, legal, and effective denial of service tactic can be applied to almost any business in nearly any town or city. But since we think banks deserve it most, we beta-tested it on Wells Fargo. Here's how you can do it, too. Simply put, it involves creating an endless line that will effectively disrupt branch operations for the day. During our initial action, an irate branch manager actually said, "You think this is just a harmless protest, but you have no idea how much damage you've done!" Please note: The steps will be presented using a bank as the model target. Of course, with minor adjustments you can use it for the business of your choosing.
You will need ( tools or supplies ):
A bank or other suitable business that requires customers to form lines for service.
A minimum of 20 people to join the hold up.
- Duration: One full business day
- For banks: At least one account holder
- Comfortable attire
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Submitted by Center for Tact... on Mon, 06/06/2011 - 6:59pm