A 45-year-old man allegedly stuffed a pack of steaks in his pants, then placed a pack of cream cheese and two beers in his shirt at a supermarket in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Sunday morning, according to a police report.
Wesley Deane Stiller was arrested for shoplifting at the Food Lion at about 9:30am.
An employee told officers that Stiller entered the store at about 9:10am with another man.
While he was in the store, Stiller walked over to the meat counter, selected a pack of steaks, and placed them down the front of his pants.
Stiller then passed the dairy cooler and placed a pack of cream cheese and placed it up his shirt, the police report states.
He then passed the beer cooler and placed two 24-ounce cans of beer up his shirt.
Stiller and the other man got in a check-out line, and while the other man paid for his items, Stiller did not, the report states. He was detained by an officer as he was talked towards the exit door.
Stiller was charged with a first shoplifting offense and booked into the Myrtle Beach jail.