Found March 01, 2012 on The Hair of the Dog Sports Blog:
Carli Shultis, a sophomore soccer player at the University of Georgia, was arrested last week for concealing an order of hash browns, from a university cafeteria, in her pants. The hash browns in question were valued at $1.06. For her “crime,” Shultis received a 1-year ban from all campus cafeterias. Word of advice to Carli: The next time you have a craving for fried potatos, but no cash, follow Napoleon Dynamite’s lead, and just ask one of your fellow students. Check us out on Facebook, Hair of the Dog Sports Blog. Follow me on Twitter @coldy4goldy.
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