When the hunger bug strikes, a man can do desperate things. Of course, when most people get hungry, they go for the necessities; but not one Brooksville man.
Mark Belkola, 57, was in an area grocery store recently when he got the hankering for steak and lobster. Rather than save up for it or just steal one item to be less conspicuous, he went for broke, hijacking $173 worth of steak and lobster — translation: six packages of steak, two packages of lobster — and storing them (where else?) in his pants. He didn’t quite make it out. Authorities arrested Belkola and took him to the clink, where he is being held on a $2,000 bond per WKRN.
Question: if you had that kind of money to bail out Belkola, why not just go pay for the steaks and lobsters and leave him to ruminate on his life choices? (Apologies to Mr. Belkola if his rescuer gets any ideas from this post, but seriously dude: next time, don’t get greedy.)