Shoplifter Shoves 3 Pounds Of Bacon In His Pants

In a case that makes a compelling argument for the use of anti-meat-shoplifting dogs, a man in Mary Esther, Florida was caught when grocery store personnel noticed that he was “looking suspicious.” He looked suspicious because of the 48 ounces of bacon he had stuffed in his pants.

We trust that the always mature readers of Consumerist will find nothing amusing about this situation whatsoever.

Shoplifter hides three pounds of bacon in his pants [Northwest Florida Daily News]

(Photo: Mykl Roventine)

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