It’s a good and bad thing, really. Good in the sense that it makes the police’s job a lot easier, but bad because it makes stupid people think they can get clout by doing the very same thing, causing a cycle of sorts.
We recently saw a very stupid woman lick an opened tub of ice cream before putting it back in the shop freezer – something she could face up to 20 years for – followed by an equally stupid man scoop some ice cream from a tub up with his fingers and eat it, putting that back in the shop freezer when he was done.
Both filmed it and both are in trouble. The latter got a visit from the police to his house and as I said, the woman could be in deep sh*t.
But now there’s another, and this one is somehow more gross.
Bameron Nicole Smith is the culprit, after she took to a Walmart, gargled some mouthwash, spat it back into the bottle and then placed it back on the shop shelf.
To her credit – god I’m giving her credit – she later posted pictures of herself with some receipts that show she bought the mouthwash…
But that just goes a long way to prove how inherently pointless this whole endeavour was.
With that said, she’s really gone and made this mouthwash thing her whole “brand”.
You didn’t need me to outline anything there but I wanted to look busy at work.
The MailOnline contacted Walmart about this, for some reason, and a spokesperson said:
“We are investigating this incident.
If someone tampers with a product and leaves it on the shelf, we will work with law enforcement to identify and prosecute those found responsible to the fullest extent of the law.“
It’s handy that the police are never busy. They need something to do with all of their free time. You may as well get some NHS nurses in to help with the case too. F*ck it, I’ll help. It was Bameron Nicole Smith from San Jose, California.
I’m not sure why these people are doing this, it really doesn’t make any sense, but I don’t understand why they don’t just buy the product, tamper with it and then put it back. That way they couldn’t be charged of second-degree felony, tampering with a consumer product… because it’s already their’s and they’ve “misplaced” it.
I absolutely shouldn’t be giving people advice. I’d make a very good petty criminal.
Don’t be a tw*t.
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Alfie Powell joined as an apprentice and was probably hired because he was likely the only person who applied. He's been blagging his way through writing articles for four years now and he's definitely showing signs of slowing down. When not writing for The Hook, Alfie finds time to indulge in his favourite hobbies, such as drinking and sitting down.Follow