Shoplifter Has Expensive Taste In Groceries Police in Mississippi say a man was caught shoplifting at a supermarket. In his cargo shorts, he had stuffed two bags of jumbo shrimp and two live lobsters. Police Chief Wayne Payne put it best: "Good thing the rubber bands didn't break."
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Police in Mississippi say a man was caught shoplifting at a supermarket. In his cargo shorts, he had stuffed two bags of jumbo shrimp and two live lobsters. Police Chief Wayne Payne put it best: "Good thing the rubber bands didn't break."

DAVID GREENE, host:

Good morning. I'm David Greene.

Here's a story about lobsters in shorts. Not wearing shorts. The lobsters were inside a guy's pockets. Police in Mississippi say the man was caught shoplifting at a supermarket. In his shorts: two bags of jumbo shrimp and two live lobsters. Police Chief Wayne Payne put it best: Good thing the rubber bands didn't break. The perpetrator prefers his seafood. Police say he also took a pork loin, but he threw that at employees.

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