Our previous post on the man’s saline rampage is sealed in the Consumerist archives, but here’s the gist: some CVS employees noticed that a customer kept buying and returning enemas. Of course, the enemas were sealed and unused. Or so the employees thought. The man would allegedly open the boxes from the bottom, use the enemas, replace them, then glue the box back together for the “return” portion of this strange, strange scam.
He faces up to ten years in prison and a fine as high as $250,000. The federal Department of Justice (which was involved because the scheme involves interstate commerce) told media outlets that they believe all customers who may have purchased the enemas have been notified.
Feds Bust Man Who Returned Used Enemas [The Smoking Gun] (Thanks, GitEmSteveDave!)