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California Convenience Store Workers Beat Shoplifter

The employee quickly struggles with the robber and tackles him to the floor, just in time for his co-worker to show up and deliver 23 brutal blows with what appears to be a broomstick.

The weapon-wielding employee takes a quick break from the whacking — while his co-worker squeezes in a punch of his own to the upper back of the robber — sending the thief writhing chaotically enough to knock over his treasure of stolen goods at the feet of his attacker.

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“That’s called whoopin’ your a–! Whoop his a–! Get him!” the bystander says, before asking the thief if he’s ready to give up the heist.

“Yeah, I’m done!” the robber pleads. “I’m going to go.”

The altercation turned physical when the thief tried to push past the employee who had been urging him to stop the heist.

In spite of the surrender, the stick-wielding employee delivers two final whacks while the bystander orders the workers to free the robber.

“No more! No more!” the cameraman says as the thief screams in pain.

In subsequent videos shared by the bystander, the employees contemplate calling the police on the thief, but opt to let him walk out empty-handed.

The bystander walks behind the counter and urges the workers to let the man free before berating the man himself, ordering him not to come back to the 7-Eleven or try stealing again.


One 7-Eleven employee held the thief down while his co-worker whacked him with a wooden stick.

The thief claims he was beaten so badly that he can’t stand up and walk out on his own, until the bystander calls his bluff.

“You better walk tonight,” he says while leading him out of the store.

Amid his agonized groans and pleas for his freedom, the thief asks whether he can get a soda for the road.

“What kind of s–t you telling me? You do this s–t and you want a soda? No, no, no. Get the f–k out, man,” the bystander says.

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The writhing robber kicked over this garbage can, sending his loot of cigarettes and cigars onto the floor.

Though it is not entirely clear where the incident took place, lottery numbers visible at the beginning of the video indicate it happened in California.

The cameraman claims it occurred in Stockton, a city roughly 50 miles south of Sacramento, but the police department had not heard of the incident as of Wednesday night.

A representative from 7-Eleven did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.

The theft is just one of many in a growing epidemic of organized shoplifting that has affected cities across the country.

Last month, three women brazenly wheeled out three shopping carts worth of stolen merchandise that they jacked from a Burlington store.

A Bay Area family hardware store announced this week that it lost a jarring $700,000 in merchandise in 2022 thanks to rampant shoplifting.

Retail theft in America has skyrocketed to $94 billion — an alarming 90% increase since 2018, according to the National Retail Federation.



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Ella Ford is a mother of two, a Christian conservative writer with degrees in American History, Social and Behavioral Science and Liberal Studies, based in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.


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