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Naked men break into restaurant, steal 60 burgers, leave trail of red peppers

Three men broke into a restaurant while naked and stole some burgers.
Three men broke into a restaurant while naked and stole some burgers.

Sometimes, you've just got to have the right type of outfit to do a little breaking-and-entering, but three men in Florida didn't get the memo. WESH reported on July 25, 2014, that three college-aged men broke into Doc's Beach House in Bonita Beach, Florida, and stole 60 hamburgers. The best part about it all is that they did it while naked.

Well, two of the thieves were naked. One was in his underwear. After they broke in and took the 60 hamburgers, they left a trail of red peppers on the beach.

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E! Online reported that no-one was hurt during the incident, but they did get away with a bit more than the 60 hamburgers. The naked thieves also made off with three pounds of bacon, three red peppers, and a paddleboard.

The entire crime was caught on surveillance cameras, but so far, only the guy in his underwear has been shown. Since the other two thieves had less clothing on, they've been kept out of the spotlight.

"They left a trail like Hansel and Gretel," Shelly Isom, a waitress at Doc's Beach House, the restaurant burgled of its beef, told the News-Press. "One of them probably said after, 'Uh, guys, where did we leave our clothes?'"

Workers at Doc's and general manager Lou Bangert have had some good laughs about the whole situation since it is quite funny.

Watching the surveillance footage, it's evident that one of the naked thieves tried to angle a camera in another direction so it wouldn't be on him. Little did he realize that another camera was filming him the whole time.

The naked thieves never attempted to break into the cash register or did they go rifling through anything but the kitchen.

Still, Kevin Nobis is asking for help in finding the naked thieves and hopes that social media and the local community can help out. Nobis is the manager of Bonita Jetski and Parasail, a company that partners up with Doc's Beach House.

It is believed that the college kids were likely just drunk and looking for some good, but business owners still want them brought to justice.

It's quite the shame that their trail of red peppers wasn't longer and led right to them.

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