Man sucks woman's toe at Walmart, bolts from store
Joey Leaphart (Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office)
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GROVETOWN, Ga. (AP) - A woman says a man claiming to be with a TV show sucked her toe inside an east Georgia Walmart after claiming everything she purchased that day would be free if she complied with the unusual request.
The Augusta Chronicle reports that the woman called sheriff's deputies Tuesday to describe the bizarre encounter in the Grovetown store, west of Augusta.
Columbia County sheriff's reports say Joey Leaphart asked the 18-year-old if her toenails were painted, whether she'd watched America's Funniest Home Videos and said he was with the show.
Authorities say he asked if he could kiss her foot as part of the prank, then started sucking on her big toe.
The woman said she screamed, the man said "it tasted so good, though" and then ran from the Walmart.
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