Copycat ice cream licker arrested after posting video of offense
A Louisiana male desirous by a viral video of a teen lady beating an ice cream cylinder and putting it behind in a store freezer is in control after posting a video of himself doing a same thing.
A “copycat” ice cream licker was arrested in Louisiana on Saturday in a weeks after he was held on video allegedly beating ice cream in a grocery store and putting it behind in a fridge.
Lenise Martin III, 36, was taken into control after video of him present online apparently showed him doing a deed. Martin appears to open a cylinder of ice cream, lick it, hold it with his finger, and afterwards place it behind on a freezer shelf.
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Lenise Martin III, 36, was arrested after allegedly beating a cylinder of ice cream and fixation is behind on a shelf during a store in Louisiana.
(Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office)
When government became wakeful of a video, Martin returned to a store to infer he purchased a ice cream, WAFB reported.
Martin was charged with rapist effect and wrong posting of rapist activity for prominence and publicity, and remained jailed as of Monday morning, according to online annals from a Assumption Parish Sheriff’s Office.
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His purported rapist act was clearly desirous by that of a lady who was held on camera doing a same thing — licking a cylinder of ice cream, privately Blue Bell brand, and fixation it behind on a shelf — at a Walmart in Lufkin, Texas.
Reports prove that Martin licked a cylinder of Blue Bell ice cream, though that information was not immediately clear. Blue Bell worked to assistance lane down a store in Texas where a ice cream-licking took place.
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The sheriff’s bureau in Louisiana, meanwhile, is troublesome such copycat acts.
“It is illegal. It’s a health risk to others. We will pursue anyone we see do this. You will be charged,” officials said.