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Florida Man Arrested After Returning DOZENS Of Used Enemas To CVS

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Ewwwwww!!!

Ronald Eugene Robinson, a 34-year-old Florida man, is facing 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for returning dozens of USED enemas to a CVS.

No, there was nothing wrong with them either because he went as far as to RESEAL the rectal equipment so it was sold to 21 other unsuspecting customers!!!

Pardon the obvious pun, but what a sh*tty thing to do!

Sources say he returned 12 enemas to the pharmacy on multiple occasions. A store clerk finally realized something weird was going on and noticed that the bottom of the returned boxes had been tampered with, so they called the cops.

Ugh! So glad the authorities caught this guy. Let's just hope he wasn't hitting up his local Rite-Aid or Walgreens too!

[Image via Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.]

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9 comments to “Florida Man Arrested After Returning DOZENS Of Used Enemas To CVS”



  1. 1

    What this man did was wrong and deserves punishment but 10 years in prison?? Dr. Conrad Murray is serving 4 for murder. It seems like the most serious crimes get very little jail and lesser crimes have bigger penalities.

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    He had an outstanding out of county warrant that contributes to the possible 10 year sentence. Read the actual article, not just Perez's interpretation of it. He's even linked it for you right up there! And that whole Conrad Murray thing is debatable who know what was really going on, 4 yrs whatever



  3. 3

    And now Perez is trying to get the used enemas.



  4. 4

    Any pharmaceutical item should NEVER be placed back on the shelf. He's a criminal but CVS should be ashamed of themselves for doing that. Returned items have been compromised in some way. Exposure to heat, cold, mositure that can't be confirmed or denied so what kind of store resells the stuff! I'm done with CVS. As for the crazy, he'll get his butt cleaned out good while in jail. What are we coming to????



  5. 5

    Re: NorCaliAli – Seriously? That is so one-sided of you. Why in the world would CVS buy back something from someone if they didn't have the chance to sell it? Cool it down on the dramatics. A seriously disturbed man shoves an enema up his ass and then deviously tries to give it to someone else and CVS is the bad guy here? People depend on the assurance that they can take back a purchase if they feel it's necessary and this seriously extreme circumstance is just that- a seriously extreme circumstance. You strike me as a person who says, "I'm done with _____", but whether you actually follow through with this proclamation or not is something only you know.

    This was a disgusting, malicious event caused my a seriously disturbed individual. There's no need to be irrational about it.



  6. 6

    It took some idiot 12 returns before he suspected anything…… USA is fucked!



  7. 7

    Re: joethehobo – Noo..No place should accept medication returns or anything even remotely related to medical. There is literally 0 reason why you would need to return an enema kit. Considering the obvious. An enema kit is something YOU KNOW you have to have right now. Not a shitty tie you buy someone for xmas.



  8. 8

    Certain things should NOT be returnable… enemas is one of them.



  9. 9

    Re: joethehobo – TOTALLY DISAGREE. CVS should accept the return and take the hit on the lost money - not put it back on the shelf!! You NEVER put back medical equipment, medications, or anything of the like. Those exposed people could get seriously ill, and CVS should be liable.