First, never shoot your accomplice.
'A bungling armed robber shot his female accomplice as they held up a restaurant in the Dandenong Ranges east of Melbourne overnight.'
Second, remember that the plastic bag doesn't always contain the takings:
'The pair demanded the staff member hand over a black plastic bag, which it is thought they believed contained the restaurant's takings. However, the bag actually held left-over bread rolls, which the staff member was planning to feed to his chickens.'
Third, never try to deny chickens their bread rolls.
'Restaurant General Manager Horst Lantzsch said the bandits then demanded the staff member's car keys. He said as the staff member handed over the car keys, the shotgun discharged, wounding the woman in the stomach.'
General Manager Horst can't resist a handy food metaphor, even in the face of a crisis:
' "She dropped to the ground like a sack of potatoes." '
He would know potatoes, of course - the Cuckoo is a German theme restaurant.
Horst talks about the robbery here.
He doesn't mention the chickens. I hope they got their rolls.