Some thieves in Georgia stole $98,000 worth of RAMEN NOODLES out of a trailer a few weeks ago. That's got to be over 300,000 packages. The cops are trying to track them down.
Who has the STORAGE SPACE to commit this kind of a crime?
The police in Fayette County, Georgia are investigating after thieves managed to steal $98,000 worth of RAMEN NOODLES a few weeks ago.
And think about JUST how many packs of ramen noodles that is for a second. If they cost approximately 30 cents each . . . which is a high estimate . . . that's like 327,000 packages.
The ramen packages were in a 53-foot trailer that was parked at a Chevron station when the thieves took them. Do these guys know they could steal, like, one four-carat diamond and it would have the same value?
Anyway, the cops are trying to find the thieves and the giant supply of missing noodles.
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Originally posted on August 16th, 2018