More on this year’s Crime of the Century

I wouldn’t have arrested her for stealing the hash browns, but I might have done so for this:

… The police report also stated that Shultis removed the hashbrowns from her pants and tried to put them back on the food counter when she realized she’d been spotted.

Eww.  Bad form, girl.

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29 responses to “More on this year’s Crime of the Century

  1. Nate

    I’d rather eat hash browns that endured a brief tenure in a coed’s pants than some of the slop I’ve been served at a few rural Waffle Houses…

  2. mwo

    If she had been a big girl would that have made them a super sized order of hash browns?

  3. stoopnagle

    If only we could use public money to send all our children to sectarian schools, none of this would ever… err… sorry. Nevermind.

    • AthensHomerDawg

      “T­­here’s the old adage that kids will be kids. And that’s true, whether they’re raised in an affluent neighborhood or a more modest one, or if they attend public school or a private or parochial school.”
      She didn’t rob a citizen of a McDonald’s burger at a convenience store nor did she burst down a mobile home owners door with her teammates to rob them. My taxes pay for public education. My kids went to a private school after the 5th grade. Could they pilfer a hash brown from the cafeteria is spite of that . Sure. Not likely though. They certainly would never do more than that. That’s just the opinion of their Dad. I’m pleased with the results of private school. It helped them get into Georgia. And I happily paid taxes for others children to attend public school.

  4. DCDawg

    You’d think a quick-thinking athlete would’ve just kept them in her pants (knowing she’d been spotted), paid the $1.06 (that she admitted to having on her and available), and just gone on about her business. Then she’s just a freak…not a criminal. Oh…and Clarke County Jail for $1.06 worth of potatoes…really?! Agree with the restrictions levied on her by the school though.

  5. CuriousDawg

    Is she a thug?

  6. I heard the crowd “scattered” as the arresting officer “smothered” her to the ground. The Red & Black “covered” the whole thing, but did so poorly. This whole ordeal could only be “topped” if someone made a whole bunch of semi-surreptitious Waffle House references in a commentary.

  7. Hackerdog

    The streets are safe again. :)

  8. Spike

    Then they WERE smothered and covered!

  9. Hogbody Spradlin

    Were the hash browns wrapped? That’s my big question. If they were wrapped, this sounds tolerable. But of the hash browns were un-wrapped, EEEEEEWWWWW!

    Secondary question (no disrespect to you folks with college age daughters). What if she was going commando!?

  10. Jimmy Williamson

    Georgia students are out of control.

  11. WH

    Hey, Napoleon…gimme some of your tots…

  12. OldDawg55

    After seeing a picture of the young girl, I will pay for any hash browns she might have concealed!! Where are the Southern gentlemen who should have leaped to her defense, offered up the $1.06 and insisted that the authorities desist in this persecution of Georgia’s finest and a soccer player to boot! Was it the food service people who blew the whistle, the campus cops who made the arrest? Surely, Clarke County DA’s office didn’t push for bail??

  13. So where is the Animal House clip of the Senator in line at the cafeteria just prior to”see if you can guess what I am now” I know he put something down his pants.