A Queens gas station is down one outdoor ATM after a thief pulled it off the wall with his car and drove off with it in broad daylight on Friday morning.

CBS2 showed the surveillance footage from a BP/Dunkin' Donuts on the corner of Atlantic Avenue and the Van Wyck Expressway. The driver, a man wearing a dark hoodie and dark pants, attached a chain from his car, which police identified as a Jeep, to the ATM and hit the gas. The car pulled the machine off the wall, allowing the man to load it into his car and drive away.

“I say ‘Hey, hey, what are you doing?’ And he just drive away,” Dunkin' Donuts employee Monzur Morshed told the site.

While the theft isn't subtle, it also pales in comparison to a 2013 incident in which a man used a backhoe to steal an entire ATM, which he then failed to open, from a Chase branch in Queens. The backhoe used in the theft was stolen as well.

In the 2002 film Barbershop, a plot point in the film involves a thief played by Anthony Anderson who steals an entire ATM and spends the rest of the film attempting to open it and steal the money inside.

"I don’t think he had fear. He must know he’s under surveillance and the police will see it and catch him. It’s like he didn’t care,” gas station manager Sunil Kamboj told the Post. Or perhaps, he was just inspired by The Gold Bucket Bandit, the city's most recent brazen thief who achieved celebrity.