Hudson Valley Man Arrested with $1200 of Meat in his Pants
An Ossining man needed a lot of meat. So he's accused of doing what anyone would do: stuffing it in his pants.
Per the Journal News:
Troopers on Tuesday charged Gregory Rodriguez, 46, an employee of the A&P supermarket in Cortlandt Town Center, with fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony, one day after responding to a report of theft by an employee.
I don't know why he needed $1200 worth of meat--maybe he's a really cool guy and gets invited to a lot of barbecues--but I do know that when you get arrested for the meat in your pants having over a value of over $1000, you've got a bad pickup line for life.