Brazen Thief Caught On All Fours Stealing Peppa Pig Magazines From Newsagent

February 13, 2017 | by | 0 Comments
The shameless thief in Bristol who was caught on CCTV crawling into a shop to steal childrens' magazines.

The shameless thief in Bristol who was caught on CCTV crawling into a shop to steal childrens’ magazines.

This is the bizarre moment a brazen thief was caught sneaking into a newsagent on all fours – to steal PEPPA PIG magazines.

The shameless shoplifter was busted on CCTV crawling through the door and towards the bottom shelf – on his hands and knees.

But when staff march over, instead of retreating he hilariously freezes – and then makes one more move to grab a Peppa Pig mag.

Shop owner Sunny Patel posted the CCTV footage on Facebook to shame the thief – along with clips of him sitting on the floor outside the shop reading the kids’ mags.

Sunny, who has a Best-One store n Knowle, Bristol, said around £25 worth of magazines were stolen.

Writing on Facebook, Mr Patel said: “On a cold dark night he decided he would crawl into the shop for some girly magazines for ages one to four-years-old.

“Description of this individual is – Height: unavailable as he spends most of the time on the floor. Build: clearly needs to get on the treadmill.

“IQ: N/A.Language: cannot understand him on the best of days. Likes: girly magazines. Dislikes: paying for girly magazines.

“If anyone under the age of 7years old has been sold these magazines I urged you to wash your hands and dispose of the magazine.

“If you feel you have been infected then please contact your local GP or pop into bestone for some disinfectant.

“Guys and girls please be cautious and do not approach him, ah what the heck if you see him give a Chinese burn! Please use gloves.

“All in all I want my magazines back!”

The CCTV was filmed on February 10 and around 8.30pm

Mr Patel said he shared the footage online to “name and shame” the culprit and send out a message to any other would-be thieves.

The CCTV clips have since been viewed more than 10,000 times on social media.

Avon and Somerset police are investigating.

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