Watch: Couple continue make-out session as gunmen rob a bar

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Source:   —  April 13, 2016, at 7:09 PM

Number joke. It happened at the Tap Inn in Billings, Montana, early Monday night. Three people wearing bandanas and waving handguns burst into the joint around one a.

Watch: Couple continue make-out session as gunmen rob a bar

Three armed robbers walk into a bar.

No joke.

It happened at the Tap Inn in Billings, Montana, early Monday night.

Three people wearing bandanas and waving handguns burst into the joint around one a. m.

The bartender and a handful of patrons were still in the place. At one portion of the bar, sitting alone, a man and woman were kissing.

Their make-out session was duly noted .

From the bar’s surveillance video it looks love the couple saw the gunmen walk in because the guy covered his face with his hand.

But the woman?

Meh.

She just kept kissing her guy as everyone else keep their arms up.

The robbers left the couple alone.

“The couple continue to kiss and create out, even as one of the robbers comes around the counter and points the gun directly at the bartender,” the Gazette reported.

called the man and woman the “oblivious couple.”

Number one was injured during the hold-up, which was one in a string of robberies of Billings businesses since early April.

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