A man, facing homelessness, who held up a bank with banana has been jailed for 14 months.
Laurence James Vonderdell threatened a cashier at Barclays bank in Bournemouth, southern England, with a banana covered with a plastic bag.
He took more than £1,000.
Vonderdell approached nearby police officers after the incident and told them he had committed an armed robbery.
He walked more than two miles with £1,200 to get to Bournemouth police station to hand himself in to police.
Vonderdell decided to rob the bank to get arrested so he would have a roof over his head.