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There's a new kind of candy on the market, and it's just in time for Valentine's Day. It's called the peanut butter and chocolate burglar, and you only want to give it to the stalker you're trying to scare away.
Sound good? Well, you can't have one. The original -- and only -- peanut butter and chocolate burglar is cooling off in a jail cell in Neon, Kentucky. Named Andrew Toothman, the questionable character was arrested last week after breaking into a local supermarket.
He was found naked, covered only in peanut butter and chocolate.
Okay, fine. He was also wearing a pair of black boots, according to the Smoking Gun. And they probably did nothing for his confection-covered calves.
No one is exactly sure what caused Toothman to go all peanut butter cup, but we do know that he's remorseful. He wrote out "sorry" on the floor with a bottle of NyQuil, reports Fox News.
Unfortunately, this is one of those times when sorry just isn't good enough. Andrew Toothman has been charged with burglary, criminal mischief and indecent exposure.
No money was missing, but the police report claims he busted down the front door and caused a significant amount of damage.
There's no word yet on whether Andrew Toothman has undergone a psychiatric evaluation, but a date with a mental health expert is likely to occur sometime soon. It's just not normal to run around dressed only in peanut butter and chocolate.
Seriously, the whole peanut butter and chocolate burglar thing is kind of weird.
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