They met on a dating app. Then he robbed a bank on their first date and forced her to be the getaway driver

The North Attleboro, Massachusetts, branch of Bristol County Savings Bank.

(CNN)And you thought your worst first date story was bad.

A Massachusetts woman became an unexpected getaway driver after a man she met on a dating app robbed a bank on their first date.
Christopher Castillo, the unnamed woman's would-be Robin Hood, plead guilty this week to armed robbery and three counts of assault and battery on a police officer — all committed on their first date on December 5, 2016 — according to the Bristol County District Attorney's Office.
    Castillo was sentenced to three years in state prison for the robbery, plus two years in the Bristol County House of Corrections for violently struggling against and spitting on police who tried to subdue him, according to the district attorney's office.
    The woman wasn't charged — the "worst date ever" story was enough punishment.

    How her worst first date began

    It all started, the woman told police, when she picked up Castillo from his parents' home in Chepachet, Rhode Island, and drove him 30 minutes east toward North Attleboro, Massachusetts. She said he drank wine in the passenger seat of her Nissan Maxima (which is also illegal, but he wasn't charged for that one).
    The two had never met in person before that fateful day in 2016, she told police. So why would she think anything was wrong when he told her to pull over as they approached a bank?
    He got out of her car and left her there alone for a few minutes. Then, suddenly, he came running back, sweating with sunglasses, a hat, a gun and $1,000 cash in hand, the woman said.
    "F**king go," he told her.
    She "panicked," she told police, so she did as she was told.

    Her date told bank teller he was 'really hurting'

    The district attorney's office fills in the blanks on what happened while he was inside the bank.
    Castillo walked into the Bristol County Savings Bank branch in North Attleboro and showed a bank teller a gun. He demanded $1,000 and said he needed it badly — he was "really hurting," he told the teller.
    The teller handed him the mo