Man Locked in Convenience Store Beer Cooler Stays and Drinks

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A man in Wisconsin has been charged with theft after convenience store employees found him boozing in the beer cave. Van Ert went inside the Marshfield, Wisconsin, Kwik Trip on Central Avenue on Tuesday before midnight.

A Kwik Trip manager said a customer told employees about 5:50 a.m. Wednesday that there appeared to be a man locked in the cooler and he left the store in a hurry when employees opened the door.

"The subject found himself locked in the beer cooler, knew that Kwik Trip would not sell him any beer, so he made a decision to remain in the beer cooler", Marshfield Police Chief Rick Gramza said.

They said the man was automatically locked inside when the clock hit midnight. He also fell over a stack of 30 pack Busch Light Cans.

"This is unique, I've been here twenty years".

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He had a number of options in his predicament; he could've just knocked on the glass door and someone would've let him out.

"He had a pretty high blood alcohol level when he was arrested and as a part of his probation he was ordered to not drink alcohol", Gramza said.

He was later arrested and taken into custody at the Wood County Jail on a probation hold in an unrelated case.

Kwik Trip management said they would be reviewing their security after the incident, WAOW reported.

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