A cashier refused to sell him cigarettes, the man throws a tantrum

News 21 December, 2017
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    SHERBROOKE | The Service de police de la ville de Sherbrooke (SPS) request the assistance of the public to identify a man who threatened a cashier at a convenience store who refused to sell him cigarettes because he did not have his identity cards.

    A man of 5 feet and 7 inches presented in a station in Irving located on rue Galt, Sherbrooke, November 15th at 1 am in the morning, to buy cigarettes, but as he did not have his identity card on him, the cashier did not want to, reported the SPS in a news release issued Thursday.

    Furious, he then headed behind the counter and yelling at the clerk. It is mounted on the podium of the employee and he threatened him with flicks of the fingers on the chest while telling him; “I’m 30 years old, madam!”. After which, he threw himself to the ground a display.

    The suspect was wearing a bermuda shorts and flowery shirts, with a black hood and drawstrings white, as well as a beanie orange.

    The people who can help the SPS to identify this individual can contact Marie-France Lapointe at 819-821-5544 or they can pass through the body of crime stoppers in with the 1-800-711-1800 or by visiting the website www.echecaucrime.com.