Man Shoplifts From Walmart To Impress Lady
By Robert Paul Reyes
"Authorities in Florida say a man accused of stealing beer, wine and steaks from a Walmart store told deputies he was trying to impress a lady."
James Flenniken, 48, is accused of taking $79.30 worth of items from a Walmart store. Flenniken is old enough to realize that you aren't going to impress anybody stealing from Walmart.
If Flenniken is seeking to impress a lady he should have shoplifted from a more upscale department store.
I doubt that Flenniken's lady friend will be impressed enough to bail him out of jail. This moron won't even impress his new buddies at the jail.
Dude, how about showing some initiative, and looking for a better-paying job, so you won't have to shoplift from Walmart?
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