“What type of person will take a steak and watch the juice drip off and then wrap it in a linen napkin?”
If you steal a lobster, you don't get the Cheddar Bay Biscuits, and really, that's sort of the whole point, isn't it?
These photos are crazy.
That is a very large quantity of fajitas.
Earlier in the week, before Correa came forward and exposed the hoax for what it is, the Internet was hailing him as the “Chicken King”—sort of a Robin Hood amongst American fast-food workers.
Whether it be steak, oysters, or Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, food thieves rarely miss the chance to make some quick cash on the black market of food.
In what is most certainly a grim sign of food depravity, a clandestine group of criminals were recently arrested by Italian authorities for the heinous act of stealing roughly €785,000 (US $875,000) worth of the nation’s delicious, iconic Parmigiano.
That’s right, the shadowy specter has an unwavering hunger for the precious snacks and 'Cowboy Bebop' episodes of unsuspecting Coloradans.
Earlier this week, a stray Russian cat inhabiting the Vladivostock airport snuck into the airport's delicatessen and hit its fish counter hard, resulting in a grand's worth of wasted seafood.