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It Puts The Lotion…In Its Pants?

February 5, 2010 at 10:36 am by  

Framingham, MA – Chamil Guadarrama popped into the Eastfield Mall Bath and Body Works Wednesday evening to do a little shopping. On his shopping list? Lotion. And LOTS of it. And by LOTS, I mean about 75 bottles. And he was determined to get that stuff at a discount. A five-finger-discount. A store clerk alerted mall security after spotting Chamil slipping the 8-ounce glass bottles of lotion through his zipper and into his pants. The inventive little scamp had tied string around the legs of his pants to keep all the lotion in. Genius! When Chamil spotted the mall cops and realized they were on to him, the chase was on! Unfortunately for Chamil, the sheer bulk of the lotion bottles made it damn near impossible to run, so the chase didn’t last long. Once he was apprehended and turned over to the police, Chamil had another problem – his pants were so full he couldn’t bend over to get in the patrol car until some of the lotion was removed. Also, due to his brisk, yet complicated, jog through the mall, his legs were extremely chafed. Chamil, 30, pleaded innocent at his district court arraignment and was released on his own recognizance. The value of the pilfered lotion was a hefty $787.50. On another note, Chamil’s mugshot also appears on the Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Website – he’s a Level 3 offender.

Yep - that's a lotta lotion!

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