Prankster who liked ice cream in Walmart and put it back faces a YEAR in jail
D’Adrien Anderson, 24, was seen opening & licking a tub of Blue Bell ice cream He pleaded guilty on Thursday to public mischief, and could face a year in jail The Walmart store was forced to throw out its Blue Bell ice cream after incident A man who was filmed licking a Blue Bell ice cream on sale in Walmart before returning it to the shelf has pleaded guilty to public mischief. D’Adrien Anderson, 24, admitted the crime on Thursday. He had posted a 20-second social media video of himself licking ice cream in a carton in Texas before returning it to a supermarket freezer. Surveillance footage from the shop reportedly showed that Anderson later purchased the ice cream tub, but the Walmart in question was forced to throw out all of its Blue Bell ice cream as a precaution. He could now face up to a year in jail and a $4,000 fine. Anderson has pleaded for leniency, asking the judge for probation. The incident happened in August at a Walmart in Port Arthur, Texas, about 85 miles east of Houston. Authorities say store surveillance cameras show him take the Blue Bell ice cream out of the freezer and buy it, which isn’t captured in the social media video. Anderson goes by ‘Dapper Don’ and ‘realarrogant’ on social media. The video he uploaded to Facebook and Instagram was viewed more than 125,000 times. His Facebook account indicates he lives in the Bronx in New York City, but he has no listed phone number and his residence has not been confirmed. D’Adrien Anderson, 24, posted a 20-second social media video of himself licking ice cream in a carton in Texas before returning it to a supermarket freezer. He has pleaded guilty to public mischief Anderson’s Facebook and Instagram accounts include multiple videos and pictures of him playing pranks on people. One video shows him taking jars off a grocery store shelf immediately after an employee sets them up. Another shows him running onto the Toyota Center floor in the middle of a Houston Rockets game in Houston before security escorts him out of the arena.