Police say man left Ga. Walmart with rotisserie chicken, wings in pants

 ROME, Ga. - Authorities say a north Georgia man was arrested after he stuffed a rotisserie chicken, chicken wings, a mouth guard and two toothbrushes down the front of his pants and walked out of a Walmart without paying for the items.

Police said the man left the store through its Garden Center with the items in his pants Tuesday afternoon.

Floyd County Jail and Rome police reports state that 27-year-old Joseph Lee Stringer of Kingston was charged with shoplifting. The records said he was released on a $1,350 bond



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