A man who wandered into the Outer Mission Safeway late Tuesday night is accused of turning his pants into a virtual mini-bar of the sort that washes a wave of nostalgic joy over anyone who came of age in the 1990s.
At 10:30 p.m., the store guard observed a man make a beeline for the liquor aisle, and shove a bottle of gin down his pant leg. He then waddled to a different section of the store and slipped a bottle of orange juice into his other pant leg. Deviating from Snoop Dogg's seminal 1994 ode to Seagrams, Tanqueray, and intoxication, "Gin and Juice,"
the man then managed to stuff a bag of chips down his trousers, too.
Somehow, the guard caught up with the suspect. According to the San
Francisco Police Department, Gin and Juice Pants had been arrested
twice on Monday alone for shoving liquor down his pants at the very
same Safeway, and had been banished from the store.
To top it off, while the suspect may have had his mind on his money and his money on his mind, he had no cash on his person. He was booked -- yet again -- for burglary.
As for what song he'll re-create in his next robbery attempt -- he's taking requests.