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Ambrus, Attila, 1967-

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Personal name headingAmbrus, Attila, 1967-
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Variant(s)Whiskey Robber, 1967-
Associated placeBudapest (Hungary)
Birth date1967-10-06
Place of birthTransylvania (Romania)
Profession or occupationHockey goalkeepers Painters Gravediggers Smugglers
Special noteFormerly included on undifferentiated name record: no2001066198
Found inA Whiskys szökésben, avagy, A szabadság fogságában, 2000: cover (Attila Ambrus)
Ballad of the whiskey robber, c2004: ECIP galley (Attila Ambrus, aka the "Whiskey Robber": Goalie, church painter, grave-digger, animal pelt smuggler, serial bank robber, folk hero)
Wikipedia, accessed December 6, 2018 (Attila Ambrus (born October 6, 1967), alias The Whiskey Robber is a Hungarian bank robber and professional ice hockey player. He became notorious during the 1990s for committing a string of undercover "gentleman robberies" in and around Budapest, Hungary, while working a day job as a goaltender. Ambrus was born in a Székely Hungarian family in Fitod, a small village in eastern Transylvania, Romania, right outside Miercurea Ciuc (Csíkszereda).)
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