Woman, 23, facing theft charges after drunkenly stealing sex toy from store where she'd just inquired about a job and left her contact details
- Woman walked into Intimate Treasures in Florida while under the influence of alcohol
- She asked about a job and left her name and address, before stealing a sex toy by putting it down her pants
- Exclaimed disbelief when shown CCTV evidence of what she'd done - 'Oh my God. I'm gonna cry'
By Daily Mail Reporter
A woman is facing theft charges after she was caught on CCTV shoplifting a sex toy by putting it down her pants.
The incident occurred when the unnamed woman, 23, visited Intimate Treasures in Creastview, Florida, at the end of October.
According to a Crestview Police Department arrest report, the woman was intoxicated when she entered the store supposedly to inquire about a job.
The unnamed woman claims that she has no recollection of visiting Intimate Treasures in Creastview, Florida, at the end of October and leaving with stolen goods (not actual store)
The woman gave the store managed her name, address and telephone number.
Afterwards the manager noticed that an Evolved brand female sex toy was missing from its display location and she contacted police, reports NWFDailyNews.
On reviewing video surveillance she spotted the same woman ‘manipulating the front of her pants and shirt, in an action consistent with concealing the device within her pants,’ the officer wrote in the report.
Police contacted the woman, whom they positively identified from the video, and showed her the incriminating footage.
After the woman left the store (not pictured) the manager noticed that an Evolved brand female sex toy was missing from its display location and she contacted police
‘As the defendant viewed her actions, she exclaimed in disbelief, “Oh my God. Look at what I’m doing. Oh my God. I’m gonna cry,”’ the report indicated.
‘After viewing the video footage, the defendant retrieved the stolen device, which had been used and was no longer in a condition to be returned to the business, and advised she did not remember taking it,’ the report stated.
The woman, who has admitted that she was ‘very drunk’ when she visited the store, has been charged with retail theft and has a November 26 plea date.