A JEALOUS emporium workman peed in a opposition store’s ice cream appurtenance – ruining £1,600 of treats, military say.
Jung Soon Wypcha, 66, was also allegedly held on camera adhering her snot-covered fingers into tubs during Lu Lu’s Ice Cream Shop in Indian Shores, Florida.
She was arrested on Monday after CCTV also apparently showed her wiping her unsanitary hands on products.
Wypcha, who runs a Indian Shores Food Mart subsequent door, was seen picked her nose and putting her hands into tubs during Lu Lu’s on Jun 17.
Footage also apparently showed her spitting into tubs of ice cream.
And on Jun 22, she was seen on camera urinating in a churning appurtenance during a opposition shop.
She afterwards allegedly dumped a pee-filled enclosure into a penetrate where ice cream utensils and bowls are washed, military say.
Paul Chiulli, who runs Lu Lu’s, pronounced all a sinister treats had to be broken for open safety.
He approaching his store would need to be sealed for adult to 5 days as a deep-clean is carried out.
Disgusted Mr Chiulli told a Tampa Bay Times: “I theory she wasn’t fondness that we were removing popular.”
We only wanted to sell ice cream on a beach and make people happy
Lu Lu’s staff member
And Mr Chiulli told WPTV News: “We feel like we only woke adult in a center of a fight that we didn’t even know was going on.
“This is flattering scary. we never wanted to be famous and positively not like this!!!
“We only wanted to sell ice cream on a beach and make people happy.”
Wypcha has been charged with rapist effect and tampering with consumer products.
She has been expelled forward of a justice date.
It comes only days after a video of a young lady beating ice cream true from a tub went viral with some-more than 11million views on Twitter.
She was filmed beating a ice cream during a internal Walmart in Lufkin, Texas, before putting it behind into a freezer.
Cops have also identified a immature lady – though her name will not be expelled publicly since she’s a minor.
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