Frustrated shopper & # 39; causes nearly $ 400,000 in damage to self-service kiosks at Coles after being pelted with GARLIC & # 39;
- Clement McRae is said to have thrown 19 jars of garlic paste into a Adelaide Coles store
- The alleged incident occurred Thursday and damaged five self-service kiosk screens
- Cash registers for self-service at the supermarket were covered with pasta and the man was arrested
Allegedly a shopper caused $ 375,000 in damage in a Coles supermarket after potting pots of garlic paste at the self-service checkout.
The police claim that Clement Alexander McRae, 51, around 7 p.m.
Five of the screens were damaged and the contents of the pots spilled on the machines and the floor.
Clement McRae reportedly threw 19 pots of garlic paste at the self-service counter & # 39; s at a Coles in Adelaide (file image of Coles self-service kiosk)
The 51-year-old was arrested and faced Adelaide Magistrates Court on Wednesday, The advertiser reported.
Witnesses said the entire store disappeared after the garlic incident.
McRae has been refused bail and will be tried again in February.
Five of the screens were damaged due to the rampage and the contents of the pasta fell to the floor (file image of Coles self-service checkout & # 39; s)
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