This seems like a classic Wal-Mart story, but it actually took place at a TJ Maxx in Edmond, OK. Allegedly, 28-year-old Ailene Brown and 37-year-old Shmeco Thomas are facing felony shoplifting charges after being caught by the loss prevention officers at the Maxx.
It may not seem like much of a story so far. Shoplifting happens all the time, right? Well, read on, reader people.
Ailene and Shmeco were (allegedly) using their bodies to conceal the items they were (allegedly) stealing. These paunchy plunderers were (allegedly) sticking items under their breasts, belly fat, and beneath the skin hanging under their armpits.
Ok, still not impressed? Stay with me, folks! I’m about to tell you what they were shoplifting (allegedly). Here is an alleged list:
Four (4) pairs of boots
Three (3) pairs of jeans
One (1) wallet
Perhaps I should add a pictorial display just so you can fully appreciate the magnitude of the items this dynamic duo were (allegedly) stuffing into their crevices and overhangs.
|Four pairs of boots|
|Three pairs of jeans - probably size XXXL|
Holy giant globs of fat, Batman! I can't imagine all of this, $2600 worth of merchandise, fitting under the blubber layers of two women. I'm (allegedly) pretty well-endowed in the chest area, so I tried to put a pair of boots under there at home. KLUNK! They fell right out. I was able to successfully walk around with a bottle of nail polish under there, though. So how much flippin' fat do these beefy bandits have be toting around to (allegedly) conceal 4 pairs of boots? And that's not even including the jeans, wallet, and gloves! DAMN, Gina!
Oh, when I was searching for pictures of boots, this came up:
|Ahhhh, look at the...ummmm...boots.|
I tried to hide him under my boobs, but he was kinda greasy and kept sliding out. So I locked him in the closet along with my pool boy, Ruben.
The one question that is burning in my mind is, "What did the loss prevention officers do with the merchandise that they (allegedly) retrieved from the body canyons of Ailene and Shmeco?" Did they put it back on the shelves for other unsuspecting shoppers to purchase?
Just in case, I suggest that you don't buy any boots or jeans from TJ Maxx this season. And I think you should probably smell any wallets or gloves before you purchase them. If you catch a whiff of gub'ment cheese, sweat, tuna, and J.Lo perfume, put them back on the rack and back slowly away. Then go home and sniff some bleach.
So let's meet the fleshy fashionistas.
|Ailene and Shmeco - The Portly Pilferers|
In a related story, a teenager in Brooklyn (allegedly) jacked an $84 turkey from a deli.
First of all, HOLY SHIT! Eighty-four dollars for a farkin' turkey? Maybe you should eat more ham, Brooklyn!
By the way, when I was searching for pics of "turkey in my pants," this picture came up:
|Well, alrighty then!|
But I digress. I tend to do that...a lot. Anyway, back to the story. The larcenist lad, Deon Williams, had 2 yoots as lookouts when he (allegedly) crammed a 12-pound turkey down his britches and walked outside.
A hooker on the street corner asked, "Is that a turkey in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?" Okay, that part didn't really happen, but it would have been wicked if it did.
The butcher, Sergio Marte, chased the thief out of the store. Deon yelled, "I'll give it to you - don't touch me!"
The butcher quipped, "I don't want to touch you - just give me the turkey!" The heister dropped the turkey and the butcher bent over to pick it up. At this point, the little piece of shit (allegedly) hit the butcher in the jaw!" The butcher, being a tough Brooklyn boy, picked up the poultry and returned it to the deli case.
[Note to self: If you buy a turkey in Brooklyn, beware of a distinct "crotchy" odor."]
This entire fiasco was captured on video surveillance, and young Deon was captured a couple of days later. The judge will probably sentence him to 30 seconds of community service and warn him to steal steaks next time because they are easier to conceal in your drawers.
Moral of this way-too-long, rambling story: GET A FUCKING JOB AND STOP (allegedly) STEALING!
This post has been read and edited by my attorney (allegedly).