A South Carolina grocery store ended with action and intrigue after employees noticed a man leaving the store with several packages of tenderloin stuffed down his pants. Here is the manager's account of the events that happened.
The alleged shoplifter insisted that he only had the one package of meat.
He then threw several more packages of tenderloins on the ground and attempted to flee in his car.
His car wouldn't start.
He tried to put the car in neutral and push it.
The stalled car almost ran over another grocery store manager. This manager put a hole in one of the tires.
The alleged shoplifter ran away, with a manager following him in a car.
He was arrested on suspicion of shoplifting.
He was taken to the hospital for chest pains while in police custody.