Catch Me If You Can: Hotel ‘Breakfast Bandit’ Runs Wild in Georgia
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He’s had his eye on the Holiday Inn Express in particular, which is known for its breakfast, according to front office manager Cecy Lagunas. A few days later, he waltzed into a Quality Inn, and then a Super 8. In fact, he even told a staff member at the Holiday Inn Express that he was “just checking how easy it is to get into hotels and get free stuff.” He went so far as to tell the clerk at Super 8 that he left his phone in a room and needed to get it back, presumably as a cover. It sounds to us like he knows what he’s doing is wrong, but doesn’t exactly care.
Don’t get me wrong: A good hotel breakfast buffet is my jam. But that’s the best part of actually staying in a hotel, with the operative phrase here being, you know, “staying in a hotel.” Don’t try this one at home, kids.
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