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Drug smugglers take note: gain a few pounds and there are “better” places to hide things: two women face felony charges after using rolls of body fat to shoplift $2,600 in TJ Maxx goods merchandise.
Using only rolls of body fat to hide (nearly) stolen goods, two female shoplifters are accused of trying to swipe $2,600 in merchandise from a TJ Maxx store location in Edmond, Oklahoma. The women -- Ailene Brown, age 28, and Shmeco Thomas, age 37 -- are charged with shoplifting on the “grandest” scale: police say the two women were storing stolen TJ Maxx merchandise in "areas of their body where excess skin was," inclusive of areas like "under their chest (aka, breasts) and armpits."
While there may be (technically) worse areas to hide things, the duo should be facing an extra set of felony charges for “grossness”.
One of the women is accused of trying to smuggle not one, not two, but three pairs of boots -- all underneath her breasts. Six shoes in total, and apparently a whole lot of breasts.
A fourth pair of boots was involved in the “heist” but police aren’t saying where those were “hidden”. The total (attempted) take of items hidden among various fat rolls include four pairs of boots, three pairs of jeans, a wallet and gloves.
The attached Related Link and full credit for the DoiseWeb reference to the "Always Something ew" TJ Maxx tagline says it all.
Total TJ Maxx merchandise: $2,600. Mug shots: priceless.