The police do not rest until they catch the person who opened a carton of ice on a Texas Walmart, licked the creamy goodness and put it back in the freezer.
Lufkin Police say they are looking for a woman who pleasantly polluted half a gallon of Blue Bell Tin Roof ice cream – as the company describes as "a vanilla ice cream with a rich chocolate fudge swirl and roasted peanuts dipped in dark chocolate" – last week in a twitter video that has received more than 11 million views.
Police say the woman faces a second-rate crime charge that manipulates a consumer product carrying two to 20 years behind bars and one possible fine up to $ 10,000.
Blue Bell called the disturbing footage a "malicious act" in a statement on its website.
The ice machine said that the inspected freezer containing the sweet ice cream found the problematic tub and removed all the Tin Roof half gallons from Lufkin Walmart.
"The security of our ice cream is our top priority and we work hard to maintain our customers' highest confidence. Food manipulation is not a joke, and we will not tolerate manipulation with our products," said Blue Bell.
A Walmart in Corpus Christi takes no chances with his own ice cream store.
To protect the frozen goods, the store said it stationed an "armed" guard in front of its precious Blue Bell freezer and sent a photo Wednesday by an employee with a spray gun; the image was removed about 18 hours later.
"We guard our Blue Bell Ice Cream for your weekend party, which great way to cool down in Hot Texas heat!" the post said.
By Michelle Lou, CNN