Chaos at Walmart while woman practices karate, son exposes, dog steals food, police say



Chaos went down to a Wisconsin Walmart store on Wednesday night after a karate mother, her naked son and belligerent dog, a thief in the basket and a crazy run in the store.

The Eau Claire Police Department said on social media that the police had responded to the call of a woman, Lisa Smith, aged 46, and her dog "Bo", of stolen items at the store in the store. The woman's son, Benny Vann, 26, was also causing chaos in the store.

The police learned that Smith had entered the store with a wild Bo, the dog running immediately to the customers while the woman was unpacking displays in the store and placing them in her cart.

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After being asked to leave the store, the woman started showing her karate movements in the parking lot to repel the police officers.

The dog tried to flee the scene of the crime, but without success, with a box of Jiffy Cornbread Muffin Mix in his mouth.

After a brief fight with the officers, Smith was arrested. During an ultimate attempt, she tried to give a window pane of a police car.

Meanwhile, his raucous son became completely naked and began to expose himself to other shoppers. He then tried to cover himself with new clothes from the store without intending to pay them, the police said.

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After the police had confronted Vann, he threatened to crush them with his scooter, prompting the police to resort to physical force to stop the scooter and stop the man.

The mother was charged with disorderly conduct, resistance to arrest and bail. The son faces accusations of obscene and lascivious behavior, disorderly behavior and theft in the retail business.

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Bo, the dog, is the only character not to lose his head.

"Bo was caught by agents in the store and brought to the Humane Association. The dog was not charged – we sent him a warning about the theft, "police said in a statement.


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