Published: Tue, July 09, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

Ice cream licker in Texas whips up a storm

Ice cream licker in Texas whips up a storm

This time around, Lenise Martin 36, of Assumption Parish, Louisiana, was arrested following the "copycat" incident.

Cavalier said Martin is believed to have been inspired by the teen who was identified by cops on Friday for licking a tub of Blue Bell ice cream and putting it back in a freezer at a Walmart in Texas on June 28.

"It is illegal", the spokesman told WAFB.

Investigators say after management became aware of the video, Martin returned to the store and showed the clerk a receipt to prove he'd purchased the ice cream.

"Taking into consideration that he eventually purchased the same container is one thing", Cavalier told CNN.

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Martin then sneaks a second lick after jabbing his finger into the ice cream and looking into the camera before placing it back into a freezer, video shows.

A jail receptionist said he was released Monday but did not know whether he was released on bond.

Another apparent incident of someone licking ice cream at a store has surfaced. Due to her age, police refused to release her full name, but Blue Bell did note on their website, via a July 5 statement, that the young woman's fate rests in the hands of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department.

"We're guarding our Blue Bell ice cream for your weekend party, what a great way to cool down in the Hot Texas heat!" the store wrote in a now-deleted Facebook post. "It gives other people ideas that are not the best interest of public health". "Food tampering is not a joke, and we will not tolerate tampering with our products", Blue Bell said.

Commander Cavalier said, based on the circumstance they have to conclude that he did buy the ice cream. She appeared to later delete the video from Instagram after intense scrutiny and millions of views. She did not return a request for comment. Clinicians warn that it may contain rhinovirus, the flu, hepatitis B and C and Type-1 herpes, among other viruses and bacteria, according to the Cleveland Clinic.

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