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Georgia soccer player Carli Shultis has breakfast smothered, covered in her pants

I just got back from vacation, only to find myself returning to a freezing apartment. I had left the heat off while I was away, and had no way of warming things up since my building’s heat is only on at certain times of the day.

What does this have to do with sports? Well, had I known about the genius of Premarin side effects Cialis soft vs cialis player Carli Shultis, my predicament would have been much less of an issue.

According to UGA Police, Shultis went to a campus restaurant and shoved hash browns down her pants. What a fantastic way to stay warm!

The details, from the Athens Banner-Herald:

Shultis, 19, was arrested by UGA Police and charged with theft by shoplifting Tuesday morning at the Tate Center Bulldog Café. A restaurant employee called police after witnessing Shultis putting hash browns in her pants and then proceeding without paying for them, UGA Police spokesman Lt. Eric Dellinger said.

Police were dispatched at 8:32 a.m., and Shultis admitted to the responding officer she had taken the $1.06 order of hash browns, according to Dellinger.

Shultis was taken to the Clarke County Jail, where she was released that morning on $1,500 bail, according to records.

She didn’t have the $1.06, but she had to have the hash browns. Shultis is awaiting punishment from her team. It’s doubtful she will be asked to bring in breakfast for everyone.

Now that she has me covered on keeping warm… Hey, Carli, do you have any unique ideas for getting over jet lag so I’m not up writing at 4:00 a.m?

UGA roundup: Soccer player’s discipline to be handled by coach after shoplifting arrest [Online Athens]
Georgia Soccer Player Carli Shultis Arrested For Stealing Hash Browns [Busted Coverage]
Photo [Simply Recipes]

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  • Anonymous

    I think it is sad that is story is getting so much attention!!!  The girl made a bad decision and tried to make it right.  Which all kids do….  Surely we should not have wasted the police, court judges time on something so stupid.  In better times, we would just make the kid work it off in the cafe, scrub dishes, trash cans etc.  Is the University of Georgia that stupid to not make this story go away and let this poor girl get her life back.  I hope this poor girl has a torelance for pain…. Heaven for bid if something worse happens…we would only have the media to blame!!!!

    • Jonathan

      I’m pretty sure the media doesn’t go around putting hash browns in anyone’s pants.