Here’s an interesting news from Louisville, Kentucky Kroger store. Recently, an incident was reported where a woman is charged for licking $200 worth ice-cream! YES you heard it right! A Shepherdsville woman was arrested Wednesday after police said she was licking ice cream in the freezer section of the Kroger Department Store.
While, The Shepherdsville Police Department said in an arrest warrant that officers responded to Kroger at Adam Shepherd Parkway, off East Fourth Street in Shepherdsville. The Kroger grocery store Staff told the officers that they saw 47-year-old Tiffany Redmond spend a “long period of time” in the freezer section and then see in a surveillance video that she rubbed ice cream caps on her face and licked ice cream.
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In addition, the quote says it is not known how many cartons they have tampered with, and Kroger employees said they would have to “isolate” the entire freezer section and get rid of the products inside. They asked Redmon to pay for what she touched, but she had no money. They dumped everything I touched, which totaled $ 218 worth of products, says the quote. Redmon faces 2nd degree criminal mischief and 2nd degree criminal trespass charges. Now, what is your take on this? Let us know in the comment section below!