Monday, December 19, 2011

Man Celebrated Birthday With $283 Worth Of Food Stuffed In Pants

Ronald Broadway only wanted to celebrate his 45th birthday, and what did he get instead?
He was arrested for trying to steal almost $300 worth of food that was stuffed in his pants. 
Yes, that's him in the photo.

This guy had shrimp, rib-eye steak, baby back ribs and smoked turkey, almost $300 worth of food — down his pants.

Ronald was arrested in the parking lot of the Food Lion supermarket, packed with enough meats and fish to really celebrate his birthday in style.

While "shopping," Broadway was observed by a Food Lion employee stuffing food down his sweatpants he wore under his jeans. 
Thinking ahead, Broadway had wrapped duct around the sweat pants ankles area to keep the food from falling out.

The manager followed Broadway as he left the store. While walking to his car food was dropping from his pants, which Broadway kicked underneath cars.

Eventually the police detained Broadway and they began to pat him down and discovered that food coming from the fly section of his jeans.
Coming from his fly were eight bags of shrimp, eight rib-eye steaks, a package of smoked turkey and an a bunch of baby back ribs. 
Police also found a fuel cleaner in Broadway’s pants.

He has been charged with shoplifting. Broadway remains in the N.C. Rowan County Jail on $3,000 bond. 

Happy Birthday Ronald.