|Free sample trays can lead to ugly business. Take 68-year-old Erwin Lingitz, of Gem Lake, Minn., who says he was roughed up at a Cub Foods when confronted over his allegedly egregious abuse of the lunch meat sample tray.|
A spokeswoman for the store says Lingitz violated "societal norms" regarding how much he took from the trays,.
He was arrested with 16 packets of soy sauce, over a half-pound of summer sausage and .85 pounds of beef stick in his pockets.
This, after allegedly filling produce bags with "up to 20 cookies from the 'kids' cookie club tray.