A robber pulled a knife on a grocery employee who tried to stop him from stealing eight 12-packs of Scott toilet paper from a Fairway Market in Brooklyn, New York.
According to DNAInfo.com, the robber fled the scene with $56 worth of toilet paper on June 30 at about 9:45 a.m.
The suspect was described by police as being 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 165 pounds and wearing white sneakers with a green T-shirt.
In more toilet-related crime in Brooklyn, soccer-themed urinal mints, a toilet seat and tampons were recently stolen out of the Banter Bar.
“Seriously, that is so disgusting,” said customer Klara Widing. “It’s very strange, but it seems to me like a typical soccer guy thing to do.”
However, the solution may sound like a crime.
“We have to put in cameras and watch everybody pee,” bar owner Chris Keller told the New York Daily News.