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Louisiana man faces charges for licking ice cream at store

/ 06:44 PM July 09, 2019

Another apparent incident of someone licking ice cream at a store has surfaced. This time it is in Louisiana, United States.

Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office says a man posted a video of himself on Facebook opening a Blue Bell ice cream container, licking it, poking it with his finger and putting it back on the shelf.

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The man poking the tub of ice cream. Image: Twitter/@Ms_Pisces_Slay

News outlets report 36-year-old Lenise Martin III was charged Saturday, July 6 with property tampering and posting criminal activity.

Police Commander Lonny Cavalier says after being alerted of Martin’s actions by management, deputies found Martin at the scene showing the sales clerk a receipt proving he bought the ice cream he licked. Deputies searched the freezer and confirmed the purchase but still decided to move forward with the charges.

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Earlier this month, a teen in Texas was shown in an online video taking ice cream from a Walmart freezer, removing the top to lick it and then putting it back. RGA

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