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The Man Who 'Takes A Low Crime And Turns It Into An Art Form'

January 4, 2013

Apollo Robbins "is a peculiar variety-arts hybrid, known in the trade as a theatrical pickpocket. Among his peers, he is widely considered the best in the world at what he does, which is taking things from people's jackets, pants, purses, wrists, fingers, and necks, then returning them in amusing and mind-boggling ways." The New Yorker 01/07/13

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