Man who urinated on wine at Bonner Springs liquor store apologizes, pays up

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BONNER SPRINGS, Kan. -- The owner of Grand Slam Liquor says once again, Facebook has helped him identify someone who was less than courteous, and even criminal, inside his store.

As FOX 4 first reported, owner Jeff Jones posted a video to Facebook to try to discover the identity of the man who walked into his store and urinated on a wine bottle display Monday night.

Three days later, after the Facebook video and after FOX 4 spoke to Jones about the incident, the man realized the error of his ways and made things right.

"The gentleman in the footage made it right with us today by paying for all of the wine he ruined. I just thought I'd give you the update. Thanks for all of your help," said Micki at Grand Slam Liquor. "He sent a friend in to pay for everything and he did apologize for his actions. He is very embarrassed by all of this. I will be taking all of the footage off of our Grand Slam Liquor Facebook page. I'm so pleased he made things right with us."

Jones said this Facebook method has worked before for him. He says he once posted video of a theft on Facebook, and the man returned to pay for the product.

Jones said nearly $500 of product was ruined by the urine.

 

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