An accused thief stretched his jeans to the limit at a Florida convenience store, jamming 15 bottles of motor oil and DVDs down his trousers and it was all caught on camera.
After walking out of the store, the man walked past the detective, who was sitting in an unmarked vehicle that was parked outside the 7-Eleven.
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According to a Facebook post from the Polk County Sheriff's Department, a detective in an unmarked patrol auto was parked outside watching the whole thing through the front window. The official could see everything Hall did, the statement said. The detective said he then watched Hall drop several movies from the shelf onto the floor, bend down, stack the DVDs on top of one another.
"Then he waddles like a duck out of the store", Sheriff Grady Judd with the Polk County Sheriff's Office told NBC News 8.
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Ryan escorted the man back into the store where he unloaded his loot.
Hall was booked on felony petit theft.
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"Mr. Hall, the next time you need some motor oil and last-minute gifts, please pay for them", a PCSO Facebook post chided.