ROCKLAND, Maine — An unhappy customer is in legal trouble after allegedly stealing a sign when he couldn’t get a sandwich. Adam Hall, 22, of Rockland was arrested and charged with theft after Rockland police said he stole a stand-up vinyl sign from outside the Dunkin’ Donuts in Rockland. Police apprehended Hall early Sunday morning. Hall told officers that he stole the sign because when he went to order a sandwich he claimed was being advertised, he was told it was not on the menu, according to Deputy Police Chief Wally Tower. The chief said he did not know the type of sandwich that Hall sought. Hall also was charged with ripping out a sunflower from the flower garden at the adjacent ice cream shop at Home Kitchen Cafe. Hall told officers that sunflowers were too tall and that the ice cream shop had not been open long enough to deserve having such a flower. (read more at Bangor Daily News)
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