A CVS in Jacksonville, FL had to humble itself and phone customers to let them know that the enemas they purchased earlier this year may have already been used. Back in June, Ronald Eugene Robinson was arrested and charged with tampering with customer products when it was revealed that he allegedly used and returned up to 12 enemas over a two month period.
Most of the enemas were still in the store when he was arrested, but some had been sold to customers. The Florida Department of Health conducted tests on the enemas that were in the store, and they tested positive for fecal matter. Absolutely disguting.
If convicted, Robinson could face a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison, as well as a $250,000 fine.