Woman tells police man sucked her toe at Grovetown Walmart

A woman called deputies Tues­day telling them a man sucked her toe at the Grove­town Walmart and told her it was for a TV show.


The 18-year-old said she was shopping when a man, who looked to be in his late 30s or early 40s, walked up and asked if her toenails were painted, according to a Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident report.

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After replying yes and questioning why he wanted to know, the woman was asked if she’d watched America’s Funniest Home Videos.

The man told her he was with the TV show and if she complied with his requests, everything she purchased that day would be free.

She said she reluctantly agreed to let him take a photo of her foot.

He asked if he could kiss her foot as part of the prank and she agreed.

The man guided her to an area behind a clothing rack, dropped to the floor, grabbed her ankle and told her, “Don’t worry. I don’t bite.”

He then started sucking on her big toe. The woman said she screamed at him to stop.

Before the man ran from the store, he told her, “It tasted so good, though.”


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