At least she didn’t lick the ice cream

A Pennsylvania woman ruined an estimated $35,000 worth of goods by intentionally coughing all over them while the coronavirus plagues nations worldwide, a grocery store alleged on Facebook.

The woman visited a Hanover Township location of the small grocery chain Gerrity’s Supermarket before 2:20 p.m. Wednesday and coughed on fresh produce, a small section of the bakery, meat case and grocery items, the store’s co-owner Joe Fasula wrote.

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11 Responses to At least she didn’t lick the ice cream

  1. Henk says:

    Keep them dumb, keep them voting for the democrats and keep blaming Trump.

  2. ABE says:

    Thirty days in the clink and paying restitution would fix her ass.

    • snuffy says:

      50 strokes with a bamboo cane, and 5 years cleaning bedpans and mopping up vomit in a Pittsburgh ER to pay back the 35k would send a better message.

  3. censusdesignatedplace says:

    I feel better reading that she’ll be prosecuted-and OR’d back onto the streets.

  4. skipperdaddy says:

    This shit will be kept to a bare minimum in the weeks to come when it will not only be acceptable to brick face that bitch, it will be encouraged.

  5. Nemo says:

    Hanging above the store’s entrance would eliminate this type of behavior ricky tick. I’m continuously amazed at the vileness of our fellow humans, I use that term loosely.

  6. Carl says:

    Muslim woman or just a crazy bitch of the regular kind?

  7. SgtBob says:

    Maybe there are llamas nearby and she could be tied to a stake and llamas spit on her for an hour or so.

  8. ChuckN says:

    Australia and Canada both have vids just starting to go viral showing Chinese nationals intentionally coughing and sneezing on produce in grocery stores.

    • snuffy says:

      You won’t see them doing it in the mother country. A bullet in the ear outside the store by one of the PAP is a most excellent deterrent.

  9. fjord says:

    How far are we from designated days to shop, or permits to shop?

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