Bottoms up! A woman in Louisiana was caught on camera stealing 18 bottles of booze, including one she stuffed down her pants and another inside her bra, the Miami Herald reports. A 2-minute surveillance video released by the Shreveport Police Department begins with the woman casually grabbing bottles of liquor and putting them into her...
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