1. Robinson is believed to have “pre-screened” as many as twelve enema six-packs over a two month period before being apprehended by authorities. In that time, CVS estimates that 21 customers may have purchased “potentially impacted enema products.” Mercifully, these customers have since been notified. The Associated Press reports that Robinson faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, if convicted.

    CVS unwittingly accepts return of used enemas, re-sells them to customers

    The possibility that CVS would be able to determine which specific customers had purchased the enemas and would know how to get in touch with them, is about as creepy as what this guy was doing.