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Homeless man facing 7 years in prison for shortchanging store 43 cents

A homeless man is facing the possibility of seven years in prison after he shortchanging a Pennsylvania convenience store 43 cents for a bottle of Mountain Dew.

PennLive.com reported, “Joseph Sobolewski stopped at a convenience store in Perry County last month where he saw a sign for 20-ounce Mountain Dew bottles: 2 for $3.

He grabbed a bottle, slapped $2 on the counter and walked out.

What he didn’t know was a single bottle was $2.29, not $1.50. So he had shorted the store 29 cents plus tax, or 43 cents total.”

The store called police on the homeless guy and He’s now facing the possibility of up to seven years in prison.

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