SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio – When the temperatures start to rise, so too does the craving many people have for ice cream. But this South Euclid woman may have gone too far.
Police were called to the United Dairy Farmers in South Euclid when a 20-year-old became “irate” when the store’s employee on duty told her there was no more “Paintball Blast” ice cream.
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