CRIME

Man Pulls Gun On Clerk Over 'Faulty' Penis Pump

The adult video store worker said the problems were down to "operator error."

A man threatened a Minnesota adult video store clerk with a pistol after he refused to exchange what he claimed was a faulty penis pump, police said.

Police are searching for the suspect who wielded the firearm at Viva Video in St. Paul on Wednesday evening, the Twin Cities Pioneer Press reports.

The unidentified man walked into the business and said he wanted to swap the item because it didn't work as advertised, according to KMSP.

The man pulled out a pistol when he couldn't swap his penis pump (stock image).
The man pulled out a pistol when he couldn't swap his penis pump (stock image).

The clerk turned down his request, saying any problems were down to "operator error," per the Pioneer Press.

Police said the suspect then pulled out a pistol, pointed it at the worker's head and demanded a replacement. He then fled without a new sex aid, though he vowed to return. 

No arrests have been made and the suspect has not yet been identified.

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