A man got locked inside a CVS store, and they tried to make him pay for food he ate while trapped. The 56 year old was checking his blood pressure at a store in Trenton, Michigan, and fell asleep. The News Herald reports, employees didn't notice him when they closed the store for the night. When the man awoke alone in the closed store, he helped himself to some cookies and milk. He triggered the alarm, and police arrived shortly before 1 am on April Fool's day. When the Herald reported CVS officials wanted the man to pay for the snacks he'd consumed, there was a public backlash. The company reconsidered.

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