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An unidentified couple who ordered take-out at the Waffle House in Fort Walton Beach, Florida was arrested this week. They noticed a charge for $1.50 on their bill for an orange juice that they did not order. When they refused to pay and requested to speak to a manager, the police were called.

The arrest was captured on the body cam video, which was released today. The couple was arrested for theft (they never took possession of their order) and disorderly conduct.

 

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