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GROVES, Texas — A man dressed in a leopard print robe used a hairbrush to rob a McDonald’s in southeast Texas Thursday morning, according to KFDM.

Gevondis Demond Joseph, 29, of Port Arthur, Texas, is charged with first-degree felony aggravated robbery.

Groves police told KFDM that Joseph used a hairbrush under his robe to pretend he was armed during the robbery.

Officers were told that Joseph was wearing a black piece of clothing over his face, a leopard print robe, orange gloves and orange Crocs.

When officers arrived at the McDonald’s, they saw Joseph running from the scene. He was taken into custody after a short foot chase.

Joseph was placed in the Jefferson County jail.