Cameras at the Barefoot Beach Cafe stand caught the man Sunday morning. (Source: Cafe surveillance cameras) By HNN Staff | F
By HNN Staff | February 22, 2021 at 7:06 PM HST – Updated February 22 at 7:13 PM
HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – The Barefoot Beach Cafe was struck by a bare-bottomed burglar early Sunday morning.
The cafe owner says their surveillance cameras captured a man — naked from the waist down — stealing one of their surfboard-shaped menus that was nailed down to their front counter. The other menu wasn’t touched.
It happened around 4 a.m. Sunday.
The cheeky man was wearing a blue shirt, though barely long enough to cover his bottom. He was also carrying what appeared to be a yellow and blue bag with an umbrella inside.
Owners are giving the thief a chance to give the menu back. If not, they’ll go to police.
The cafe says it’ll give out free food to anyone with info on the crime.
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