Man Steals $1,200 Worth of Meat By Stuffing it Down His Pants

Oh hi, is that $1,200 worth of meat in your pocket, or are you just really happy to see me? An A&P supermarket employee, Gregory Rodriguez, has been accused of fourth degree grand larceny after it was discovered he was attempting to leave his shift with over $1,200 worth of meat stuffed in his pants. That's a lot of meat!

The theft occurred at a Croton on Hudson, New York A&P supermarket, and one presumes that the authorities are just as puzzled about how and why Rodriguez managed to fit that much meat inside his pants, and what he would do with such a bounty. I know I am wondering, too!

He was arraigned earlier last week, and after no plea was made, he is now due back in court at a later date. Despite the strange nature of this crime, he isn’t the first person to try and get away with stolen meat… and he will not be the last.

I hope no one is wondering how he managed to fit that much raw meat in his pants. I apologize if I did put that image in your head…

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