9. This person who’s flirting with the idea of shopping at Walmart.
While no stuffed animals were involved this time, yet another Walmart patron has been arrested and accused of pleasuring himself in front of his fellow shoppers.
Police in South Carolina say a man was seen masturbating in several sections of a Myrtle Beach Walmart Saturday afternoon, with customers and employees alleging that they saw him expose himself several times, reports The Smoking Gun.
One Walmart worker told police that a female customer had reported that the man was acting “weird” in the men’s department. When the worker went to check things out, she saw that the man “had his penis out of his pants and was rubbing it.”
While he’d cover himself when someone moved toward him, the worker said, he’d go right back to doing what he’d been doing “when he thought no one was watching him.”
Two other workers also reported seeing the man doing his bedroom business in the store. When a police officer approached him, he placed his jacket “over the front of his pants” and tried to walk away.
Upon arrest for indecent exposure, he reportedly told police that he “had a problem with sticking his hands in his pants.”
Sourced from consumerist.com
Two Tomball teenagers are facing charges after one allegedly shot shoppers with a blowgun at Walmart.
Two shoppers were hit with metal darts on the morning of Jan. 16 at a Walmart store on Tomball Parkway near Spring Cypress Road.
According to court documents, surveillance video from the store shows a 10-year-old boy getting shot with a dart on the back of his upper right arm as he walked into the store with his mother.
Five minutes later, 72-year-old Eva Cook was shot with a dart in her upper right shoulder blade as she rode a motorized scooter to her car in the parking lot.
“It fell out of my shoulder, it was in my clothes and it fell out. I turned around and saw this thing out of my shoulder,” Cook said. “I shop there all the time, and was just minding my own business and was just in shock.”
According to court documents, when investigators reviewed the surveillance video, they saw a white Nissan extended cab truck near each victim when they were shot. Investigators said they were able to trace that truck to 18-year-old Clay Vittrup.
Investigators said when they talked to Vittrup, he eventually admitted that his backseat passenger, Cameron James Perry, rolled down the window and shot a blowgun at people at Walmart Jan. 16.
Perry, 18, denied shooting a blowgun at shoppers when investigators interviewed him.
Both Perry and Vittrup face aggravated assault charges.
As for injuries, both the boy and Cook are expected to be OK. No one went to the hospital.
Sourced from click2houston.com