Anyone Know This Ratchet Who Stole Uncle Sam’s Pizza Tip Jar And Then Paid For Her Food With It?
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Here’s some Christmas ratchet behavior out of Sam’s Pizza in East Brookfield. Evidently one of the workers took the tip jar and divided it behind the counter. She took her half and left the other employee’s share of the tips on the counter. That’s when some local ragamuffin showed up, ordered food, reached over the counter to steal the tips, and then paid for her food with the stolen tip money. And dumb as she is she didn’t realize there were cameras that caught it all on tape:
LOL. She really thought she was being sly:
Here’s what this winner looks like:
She looks strikingly like Superintendent Tracy Crowe. Just sayin. Probably not her though. But someone out there has to recognize this winner. East Brookfield isn’t exactly a big place. She’s gotta be a regular at some local watering hole. If you know who she is then let us know. We have like, at least a 75-80% success rate when we blow up someone’s spot like this, simply because turtle riders are EVERYWHERE!! Especially in Spencer and East Brookfield.
My question is, who shows up to a place like this without any intention of paying? She obviously had money on her. She’s carrying what appears to be some sort of purse, which likely contains a credit card or cash. So she could have just paid for this food herself. But instead she saw the opportunity to take money out of some minimum wage worker’s pocket and get herself a free grinder. It’s not like she stole money from some big business. She took it directly from the people who she was looking in the face while they made her food. It simply doesn’t get any more ratchet than that.
Clock’s ticking. Who knows this chick?
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