You have heard people say it, “I know a thief when I seen one”, right? This is one of those times.
You may have seen or heard about this earlier today, but a man in Pennsylvania stole a pot a meatballs from another man’s garage. Probably the most odd thing you have heard this week.
But wait…there’s more….
Seems as though this thief didn’t just steal the pot of meatballs, he ate them all and tossed the pot on in the street.
Now, before I go any further, I a number of questions go through my mind:
- Who makes meatballs in a garage
- Who just leaves a pot of food in a garage unattended…again, I refer back to question 1
- Outside of a tweeker, who walks down a street and thinks to themselves, “I see a pot of meatballs and want to eat them. Stealing them and eating them would be a good idea.”
- If I steal this pot of meatballs, no one will ever know, even if I toss the pot in the street afterward.
OK, moving on, the name of the accused is Leahman Glenn Robert Potter and the maker of the meatballs in question said he saw Mr. Potter with red sauce smeared on his face and shirt. Because of this, the meatball master chef knew that Mr. Potter was the person who stole the food in questions.
As such, the police arrest Mr. Potter and charged him with burglary, criminal trespass and theft by unlawful taking of said meat product.
I don’t know about you, I would be laughing if this happened to me for a few reasons:
- If the thief at it all, it must have been good.
- They must have smelled delicious if someone is willing to swipe them out of your garage.
- And I get what I deserve for making meatballs in my garage.