I'm not sure what the weather is like where you live, but here in Chicago, things have finally started getting lovely outside. Temperatures over 60, sun shining in the air, and the prospect of spring and summer no longer so far off on the horizon. Of course, this also means that it's time to start getting ready to dress for the summer, and in some cases, that means new swimming apparel.
You don't want to show up at the beach or the pool in yesterday's fashions, you want to look smooth. The problem is, some of those new swimsuits can be pretty expensive, and if you're a college student, you may not have the money to spend. Well, don't worry, Ole Miss reserve quarterback Evan Ingram knows a way you can get those trunks cheap.
Just put them on under your pants and attempt to walk out the door without paying.
A Jefferson Parish, La., sheriff’s deputy working security at a department store at 3301 Veterans Boulevard in Metairie, La., saw Ingram and another man, Wayne Ingram, enter a fitting room area with clothing, according to sheriff’s department records. When the officer confronted Wayne Ingram, Evan Ingram fled but was apprehended by security officers, the arrest record said.
Evan Ingram, 19, was “found wearing a stolen swimsuit beneath (his) outer pants and shorts,” the arrest record said. The value of the goods Ingram was accused to have stolen was $59.50.
Wayne Ingram, 20, was arrested and charged with theft of goods under $500, battery of a police officer and felony resisting police force. The report alleged that Wayne Ingram was wearing three pairs of shorts under his pants, with a total value of $225.While the story doesn't say, I assume that Wayne Ingram is Evan's brother.
Ole Miss released a statement saying it was "aware of the situation and gathering details from the incident." Ingram is a walk-on in Oxford, coming to the school from Hargrave Military Academy last season.