Bacon Lover In Piggly Wiggly Rampage

Dec 8, 2004
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The Georgia woman, 26, was so determined to shoplift beer, bacon, cheese, and chicken wings from a Piggly Wiggly that she punched, spit at, and pepper-sprayed store workers who confronted her as she tried to flee the supermarket Wednesday afternoon, according to cops.

Appling, pictured in the adjacent mug shot, allegedly hid items worth $88.27 in a canvas bag. She “attempted to check out, only putting one item on the counter,” according to a worker quoted in an Athens-Clarke County Police Department report.

When a Piggly Wiggly employee--who had been tipped to the pilfering by a shopper--asked Appling about the concealed items, she tried to exit the store. After worker Jonathan Orr tried to stop Appling, she “pulled out some pepper spray and sprayed him in the face.”

Appling kept spraying as several workers tried to keep her from fleeing. The 340-pound Appling also allegedly punched Orr in the face and spit on the 28-year-old employee. As she successfully bolted from the Athens store, Appling “was dropping beer cans out of her purse.”

Responding to a 911 call, a cop reported spotting “a very large black female in a purple dress standing there screaming at two store employees” who followed her outside the Piggly Wiggly, which was filled with a choking cloud of pepper spray. Police then arrested Appling, whose rap sheet includes several prior shoplifting convictions and outstanding arrest warrants in three Georgia counties.

Cops prepared an inventory of the items Appling sought to swipe: five packages of cheese; eight cans of Coors Light; vegetable oil; chicken wings; and five packages of bacon. As first reported by the Athens Banner Herald, she was charged with a variety of crimes, including aggravated assault, theft, simple battery, and disorderly conduct.

While in police custody, Appling told a cop to add whatever charges he wanted “because she was going to plea bargain and half of the charges would be dropped anyway,” according to the report. She also asked Officer Nathaniel Franco if her arrest would make the police blotter, requesting that the cop make his report “more interesting so that her arrest would make” the department’s compendium of notable incidents.

The unemployed--and now incarcerated--Appling “also commented that store personnel shouldn’t chase people like that because they could get themselves hurt.” Or shoplifters could get busted. (3 pages)

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mascan42

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I'm amazed this sort of thing doesn't happen more often. My Dad was a manager at a King Kullen years ago, and after nabbing a particularly surly shoplifter, went through three weeks of threatening phone calls, slashed tires and drunken confrontations in the parking lot from the twat's family.
 

NuttyJim

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N***** gotta eat!
 

d0uche_n0zzle

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For restitution she should have to wear a Piggly Wiggly pig suit and sign for at least a 40 hours.
 

NuttyJim

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they mustve been out of malt liquor,hennessy or hypnotic. the Coors Light is out of the ordinary for dem folks.
 

Lord Zero

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Is it weird that I've been in this state my whole life and have never been in a Piggly Wiggly? (I haven't even seen them that much -- maybe two or three times total.)
 

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Piggly Wiggly is pretty big in Wisconsin. I've never heard anything like this at a Piggly Wiggly. Georgia and Wisconsin have a shit load of Piggly Wiggly between them and I guarantee 10 times as much shenanigans and Typical Bacon-Lover Behavior happens in Georgia.

I bet it was maple bacon. Or the way all the nigs say it down thurrrr, MAYBBBBLE BAGIN The word "maple" doesn't have 4 Bs in it, you dumb sonsofbitches.