This is the moment a masked gunman pulled a pistol in branch of Subway before losing his nerve and fleeing empty handed.
The CCTV footage was recorded at the store in Neasden, London, on Sunday at 8.05pm.
The hooded assailant can be seen touting a gun and firing shots toward the employees before eventually heading back out the door empty handed.
In the clip, one customer can be seen standing next to the counter finalising his order as a hooded figure walks through the door.
The suspect, who is dressed all in black, keeps his head bowed and his hood up as he loiters just inside the entrance.
He paces up and down while waiting for the first man to leave before reaching inside his pocket in blue latex gloves to pull out a gun.
The man then points the gun toward a female member of staff and tries to usher her toward the till.
The CCTV footage recorded a masked gunman pulling a pistol in a Subway store in Neasden, London, on Sunday at 8.05pm
She makes a movement off screen as the assailant shouts: ‘No, no, no, no, no. Do you want me to shoot? I’ll shoot.
‘If you’re pressing the button, I’ll shoot. Get the money.’
The Subway worker remains calm as the man holding the gun repeats his demand.
‘Get the money. Do you think I’m joking? Get the money,’ he says.
The hooded assailant can be seen touting a gun and firing shots toward the employees before eventually heading back out the door empty handed
The woman begins to speak before the would-be robber fires a shot over the counter.
He raises his voice once again before firing off a further three shots.
The unidentified male then tucks his gun back into the front of his waistband before edging toward the door while still shouting: ‘Get the money.’
Subway and the Metropolitan Police have been contacted for comment.