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BROOKHAVEN, GA - APRIL 27: Masked employees enter a Waffle House on April 27, 2020 in Brookhaven, Georgia. Waffle House is open for dine-in service. Gov. Brian Kemp has allowed some non-essential businesses to start re-opening in Georgia amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. As of Monday, restaurants around Georgia are allowed to offer dine-in service. Non-essential businesses allowed to start reopening are restaurants, movie theaters, tattoo shops, salons, gyms and nail salons. (Photo by Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)

Honey, I read this story and said what in the rap sheet is going in here. A family from Texas rolled into Shelby, ate at the Waffle House, then robbed it.

These folks here honey were not playing with Waffle House. They had recently committed a crime in Louisiana allegedly. They came into Shelby and apparently they were super hungry. Word was, they sat down and wolfed their food down. Then boom! Here comes the blicky. One of the alleged suspects then told all the employees give it up. That right there took me out. They then sped off in two different cars with Texas plates. I don’t know what they were going through, but we are gonna pray for them.

The suspects haven’t been caught as of yet sheesh.