A teen in Norman, Oklahoma is accused of visiting three Walmarts dressed as an employee and apparently was able to get away with nearly $30,000 dollars before being caught.
During his deceiving, con the 17 year-old allegedly visited 3 Walmarts dressed as an employee doing inventory and simply walked out the door with bundles of money.
According to KFOR, the teen somewhat even rubbed it in Wal-Mart's face by hugging a Walmart manager on the way out of one of the multinational retail corporation's discount department stores.
Caught on surveillance camera, the teenager, reportedly alone in the cash office, stuffed bundles of cash inside his clothes.
Wearing the company's name tag, the 17 year-old claimed to be doing inventory before General Managers were set to come and inspect following the holidays.
The teen stole from the stores in December and was caught by police on January 30 and is now being considered to be tried as an adult.
The teen, who obviously knew how Walmart ran, worked for Walmart in Oklahoma City before his alleged robbery, but was fired ironically for stealing money.