Florida police are currently in search of a woman who was caught on surveillance video twerking while shoplifting. The clip which has gone viral revealed the woman had an accomplice who used the distraction to steal hundreds of dollars worth of clothing.
This Florida woman found the perfect way to distract shopkeepers from noticing that she was stealing from them. However, her method was such a hit she went viral and is now the subject of a police hunt.
Two women managed to steal items from a Pembroke Pines clothing store but not without causing quite a stir. One of them decided to call attention to surveillance cameras when she was caught twerking while shoplifting.
Florida police are currently in search of the bandits who stole almost $400 worth of clothing from the MadRag store on University Drive on April 26. They’re counting on the video of one of them to assist in apprehending the thieves.
Florida police are offering a $3000 reward for information on them.
In the clip, a heavyset woman dressed in mustard pants and with short hair appeared to be on a shoplifting high when she stopped in her tracks to shake her booty after taking a few items off a rack. Meanwhile, her friend used the distraction to secure more loot from the store.
The controversial dance became such a sensation that it was added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
The two women succeeded in taking home $377 worth of clothing but as the footage went viral, it may not be long before they’re caught. Florida police are offering a $3000 reward for information on them.
The twerk, which is a dance characterized by the movement of the bottom and hips while squatting was popularized by Miley Cyrus in 2013 while performing with Robin Thicke at the MTV Video Music Awards. The controversial dance became such a sensation that it was added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
"If you are very confident about your sexuality, you don't have to have eight women around you twerking ."
More recently, Barack Obama referenced the popular dance step when he spoke to young African men during an engagement hosted by his initiative, “My Brother’s Keeper.”
The former president, in voicing his opinion about Black culture and how this affects self-worth debunked the stereotype that men often aspire for in order to gain respect. He said,
"If you are very confident about your sexuality, you don't have to have eight women around you twerking . . . because [you know], 'I've got one woman, who I am very happy with. And she's a strong woman.'"
Obama’s message drew laughter in the audience as well as from his co-speaker, NBA star, Steph Curry. Both are perfect examples of confident men who don’t need many women to boost their manhood. Barack has been married to his wife Michelle Obama for 26 years and counting. Meanwhile, Steph thrives in being a family man in his 7-year marriage to Ayesha Curry.