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Man In A Cow Suit Robs Walmart

Submitted by on May 10, 2011 – 12:38 pm2 Comments
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Sometimes there are stories that you wish you were talented enough to come up with on your own. This is one of them, but unfortunately, it actually happened and has nothing to do with my wildly overactive imagination. In Stansfield, Virginia a man recently held up a Walmart while wearing a cow suit.

Trust us, it gets weirder from there. The cattle bandit took 26 gallons of milk from the store, crawled on all fours to make his way out (attempting to emulate a real cow) and then handed the milk out to shoppers and passersby in the parking lot before making his escape. Yes, you read that correctly. This guy was like the Robin Hood of dairy.

He was last seen skipping down the sidewalk in the clown suit before driving away. His next stop was a local McDonald’s to get a bite after a hard day of giving away free milk (apparently cows love beef, who knew?). It is there that he was found and apprehended, even though he had ditched the clown suit by then.

How was he caught? Apparently, the clown suit didn’t cover his entire face and thus witnesses were able to identify him. The police took him back to Walmart to confirm his identity and found the clown suit in his car. The suspect is 18-years-old.

Stealing milk from a store to give it away for free and being arrested at a fast food restaurant? That sounds like the antics of a stoner flick. Maybe they can recreate this moment in Harold & Kumar: Got Milk.

Source: InsideNova

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