A bank robbing clown in Pennsylvania wasn't laughing after copping to the caper in front of a judge on Wednesday.
Carolyn Williams, 44, pleaded guilty to robbing a KNBT Bank in Bethlehem Township, Penn., last August while dressed in a polka-dot clown suit, rainbow wig, red nose and candy-cane colored socks.
The Bozo Bonnie Parker made off with more than $7,000 after she told tellers she had a bomb.
"I did it. I'm very sorry that I did it," Williams said in court.
Williams had said she was forced into the heist by a kidnapper who had her children.
She was busted shortly after leaving the bank when cops found her sitting in a car in a nearby parking lot, smoking a cigarette, police said.
Williams told officers she had a bomb in the car, prompting them to evacuate the area and call in the bomb squad.
Cops realized the hoax after a robot found a silver can with rice bags rigged to look like a bomb, The Express-Times newspaper reported.
Williams wasn't totally fooling around, though - cops also recovered two loaded handguns from the car.
In court on Wednesday, she said she hoped the judge would spare her when more details are released during an August sentencing hearing, but didn't elaborate.
She's facing up to 20 years in prison. Prosecutors said they want the maximum sentence.