A horrendous Sunday night in the freezer section of a Moore, Oklahoma grocery store left a mother shocked and disturbed when she picked up a bag of Totino's pizza rolls.
Shirley Wright-Johnson was shopping at a Crest Foods grocery store with her two children. Upon picking up a bag from the freezer she said she felt something squishy.
Wright-Johnson turned over the bag to find human feces on the other side. She put the bag back and began recording.
"I pick up a bag of pizza rolls and there's literally sh*t."
"Human sh*t. Excuse my language."
But the pizza roll pooper was apprehended thanks to security camera footage.
The police have not released the name of the man in custody as of yet, but he was seen on camera defecating in the freezer section. After, he was seen putting another bag on top to cover the excrement.
He has also been caught secretly taking photos of women in the store.
In an interview with KFOR, Wright-Johnson said:
"I was upset, I was disgusted, I feel like I was violated."
She said it's hard to even put into word what happened:
"I was so disgusted I was almost in tears."
@kfor Must be a challenge to do something worse than the licking ice cream in a grocery....— XiXi Davey (@XiXi Davey) 1631737096.0
About as gross, disgusting, and assaulting as it gets. Well, almost...not meaning to challenge anyone. Disturbing… https://t.co/hyk3fi9mVD— CowboysandAngelsCare (@CowboysandAngelsCare) 1631721425.0
So now people are going around crapping on food in grocery stores?!?!?!?! This is #AHotMess Alleged Pizza Roll Poo… https://t.co/o3DtBF8rEu— #TheResistance (@#TheResistance) 1631827941.0
This is seriously messed up. #FFS https://t.co/xYta2f31i2— Rich 'mask up and sedition is a crime' Hogan (@Rich 'mask up and sedition is a crime' Hogan) 1631896780.0
Lt. Kyle Johnson with the Moore Police Department said:
"That individual was then observed, went to the cooler section where he proceeded to defecate inside one of the coolers before leaving the business."
"It's a little bit disturbing."
"It's kind of out there. We don't see this much."
Wright-Johnson explained she alerted the store staff and left with her two kids after disinfecting her hand.
"I bleached my hand, I disinfected my hand."
"All the way home they still were like, 'Mom, I can smell it, I can smell it'."
"I'm like, 'I smell it too, baby'."
The Crest Foods grocery has yet to make a public comment about what happened, but Wright-Johnson said someone in the corporate offices reached out to her and offered free steaks as a way to make up for what happened.
The Moore police are still investigating the situation. The police told The Smoking Gun the offender's name will be released after formal charges are filed.