Torbay man charged with hoarding storm chips


Torbay man charged with hoarding storm chips

Torbay man arrested in Storm Chips Sting operation

Robert Cahill of Torbay will appear in Provincial Court on Monday on charges of hoarding storm chips. It’s alleged that Mr. Cahill visited all supermarkets in the Metro Region as well as all convenience stores and bought hundreds of bags of chips, there by causing great pain and suffering to other residents of the metro area who were unable to find a bag of chips. To make matters worse, it’s alleged also that Mr. Cahill refused to share his chips. If convicted, he faces a fine of up to $10,000 and a life time ban on purchasing or consuming potato chips.

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