Although the title alone should make you cringe the details of this story are MIND BLOWING 34-year-old Ronald Eugene Robinson of Jacksonville, Florida is accused of resealing and returning USED ENEMAS to CVS pharmacies. Unfortunately the USED ENEMAS were resold to unsuspecting customers. Receiving an enema is a traumatic experience in its own right, therefore I cannot IMAGINE receiving an USED ENEMA! If you're wondering how he got caught here's the scoop:
A CVS employee noticed that a man who had bought and returned enemas on several occasions had returned again for the same reason and became suspicious. The employee noticed that the man had tampered with one of his recent returns. Becoming suspicious the employee checked the box of enemas noticing that the product had been used. An analysis of the product concluded that there was in fact FECAL matter on the returned enema bottles.
Robinson, who is currently on probation, has been labeled as a "Career Criminal". Convicted of various charges such as burglary, battery, passing bad checks, damage to property, and criminal mischief he is no stranger to criminal activity. If convicted, Robinson faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Basic Enemas can be found online within a price range of three to ten dollars, and they are NOT meant to be recycled!