Brazen couple caught on camera looting Walgreen in San Francisco and employees couldn't stop them
Amid the shelter-in-place orders in many cities around the country, somebody just loses the boundaries and crosses the line in the way to behave. Especially when it comes to grocery and buying stuff. That’s what happened in a Walgreens store in San Francisco when a brazen couple casually looted the store and was caught on the camera of a cellphone.
A man and a woman are seen in a short clip, both wearing dark sunglasses, in a store’s aisle. The man is seen grabbing an item after item from the shelf and putting them into a large bag, while his partner is carrying a large bag stuffed with items.
Then the couple left the store without paying and the voice of the man who shot the incident can be heard saying “I hope you overdose.” The man can also be heard calling the two shoplifters “pieces of s**t”, which is quite close to the truth.
The employees of the Walgreens couldn’t do anything to prevent the felony but just helplessly watching it happening.
@SFPD @chesaboudin @Walgreens SF GOV - PROTECT OUR LAW ABIDING CITIZENS AND BUSINESSES. THE LOOTING HAS BEGUN. Walgreens on Drumm. Suspects jumped on bus and didn’t pay right after on Market and Drumm @sfmta_muni pic.twitter.com/n5T5CEeYub— Jared William (@Jared_William) March 19, 2020