Once upon a time there was a young woman. The young women went for a walk one night just because she liked to go for walks. As she was walking, she decided that she would like to get something to eat.
She discovered that she didn't have very much money, so she thought she should go to the bank just in case. As she very wisely said to herself, you just never know. Now she knew the bank wouldn't be open because it was too late, but that was okay because she had a bank card and could use the machine.
When she got to the bank there was a sign on the door that said bank machines were only available to the public when the bank was open. At all other times customers were welcome to use the drive–by banking equipment provided for their convenience around the other side of the bank.
The young woman looked at her feet and wondered if she could still use the drive through window. She walked around to the side of the bank where the road went beside it to go and use the drive through bank machine. There was a big sign just in front of the driveway that said "Access Restricted To Vehicular Traffic." Underneath was another sign that said, in case you had missed the point the first time, "No Pedestrians."
Carefully she looked around and saw no cars coming so she walked down to see if she could use the bank machine without being in a car. Thankfully the machine could not tell that she wasn't in a vehicle and so it was very happy to give her the money she wanted. Well she thought, as she put her money away, that wasn't too bad.
All of a sudden she was pinned to the wall by a blinding spotlight. The next thing she knew a pick up truck was screeching to a halt just in front of her with its horn blaring loudly. Trying to see beyond the blaze of high beams she staggered away while from behind her she heard a belligerent voice swearing and yelling at her.