Cops in San Diego arrested a guy last week who's accused of robbing several banks over the last few months. And it turns out he's a NEUROSCIENTIST who has a Ph.D.

According to the story, there really is no reason as to WHY he did this. He's got money ... so why would a guy like this, with money and a great education, rob a bank?!

My money is on the adrenaline rush he gets from it.  If he can buy everything else -- skydiving, a fancy car, extreme vacations, etc. etc. -- what's something money CAN'T buy? Attempting to pull off a bank heist (among other things). He probably had no intention of hurting anyone, he just wanted the rush. I'm assuming.

So safe to say money CAN'T buy complete happiness?