The Wichita Falls Times Record News reported that a woman was expelled from a Walmart after allegedly drinking wine from the Pringles can.
Monica Lopez, Corpus Christi
First Pringles, now cake.
More than half a year after a Texan woman was ruled out of the Wichita Falls police for drinking wine from a Pringles can from a Walmart, a second woman was said to be banned from eating cakes.
According to Jeff Hughes, spokesman for the Wichita Falls Police Department, on June 25, officials received a report on a woman who had entered the Walmart, eaten half a cake, and refused to pay the other half.
Hughes said the woman had been banned from the shop for theft by the police.
Already in January, the story of the wine-eating suspect Pringles became viral.
Taco Travesty: When Taco Bell go out the tacos, who are you calling? A person should have called the police.
Not Happening: I'm sorry, pop-tarts with ranch dressing are not a thing, says Kellogg.
In this case, which happened at another Walmart in Wichita Falls, police received a phone call about a woman drinking wine from the Pringles can while she was drinking with an electric shopping cart in the tin went parking.
Walmart employees requested that officials forbid the woman who allegedly drove the parking lot for several hours from about 6:30.
When Officers Arrived, They Found the Woman in a Nearby Restaurant and Informed Them The story caught nationwide attention when presenter Stephen Colbert mentioned the incident as he drank chips from a can and posted on the Twitter account of " The Late Show " tweeted it.
"Wine in a Pringles tin, here to you!" Said the Tweet .
Even Pringles intervened and published a photograph of two Pringles cans with wine stalks clinking on the Facebook page with the comment: "Toasting has never been so delicious."
Southern Living produced a pairing guide to the Pringles flavors that best match wines.  Post: Christopher Walker, Wichita Falls Times Record News
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