Man filmed destroying cans of Busch Light in Walmart has now been charged with exposing himself to teen

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By stefan armitage

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A man who was recorded destroying hundreds of cans of Busch Light beer has since been charged with exposing himself to a teen.

For those unaware, Bud Light and the brand's parent company, Anheuser-Busch, have recently angered a portion of it's customers after the popular beer partnered with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney. This has led some people to accuse the company of "going woke".

In one of Mulvaney's videos, the 26-year-old content creator dressed as Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn and enjoyed a can of Bud Light beer.

Her post triggered a torrent of vile comments from trolls, with many vowing never to drink Bud Light beer or any Anheuser-Busch products again.

Check out Mulvaney's Bud Light partnership below: 

Even celebrities like Kid Rock, Brantley Gilbert, and Travis Tritt have voiced their displeasure at Bud Light following the partnership. But it's not just famous faces speaking out, so are members of the public.

On Monday (April 17), a man was recorded smashing cases of Busch Light beer inside of a Kansas Walmart store.

The video - which has since amassed more than 310,000 views on TikTok - shows the angry man removing cases of Busch Light beer from the refrigerator and smashing them on the floor.

Check out the clip below:

After realizing he is being recorded by another member of the public, the man - who was later identified as 44-year-old J. Dustin David Cain - launches a couple of beer cans at the person behind the camera.

Footage then shows Cain being led away by police.

Now, the New York Post has reported that after being led away by law enforcement, officials for the Topeka Police Department have revealed that Cain has since been charged arrested on several charges - including criminal damage to property, battery, assault, and lewd and lascivious — having previously being accused of exposing his sex organs to a teenager.

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Credit: Shawnee Co. Department of Corrections

A statement emailed to Forbes from Topeka Police stated: "Cain was later arrested and booked into the Shawnee County Department of Corrections on the following charges: Criminal damage to property; Felony Battery; Physical contact in rude, insulting, angry manner, and Assault."

The Post did not clarify when Cain allegedly exposed himself, but the charges do state that the individual was aged between 16-19.

Officials added that there has been no reported motive for Cain's destruction of the beer, adding in their email: "It is unclear at this time why he was causing the disturbance and criminal damage to the store. Several of the witnesses and victims had left prior to the officers arriving at the scene. This is all the information we can provide for now."

But, like Bud Light, Busch Light is another brand of beer brewed by the Anheuser-Busch company.

The last reports state that Cain is currently being held behind bars on a $1,500 bond.

Featured image credit: Richard Levine / Alamy

Man filmed destroying cans of Busch Light in Walmart has now been charged with exposing himself to teen

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

A man who was recorded destroying hundreds of cans of Busch Light beer has since been charged with exposing himself to a teen.

For those unaware, Bud Light and the brand's parent company, Anheuser-Busch, have recently angered a portion of it's customers after the popular beer partnered with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney. This has led some people to accuse the company of "going woke".

In one of Mulvaney's videos, the 26-year-old content creator dressed as Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn and enjoyed a can of Bud Light beer.

Her post triggered a torrent of vile comments from trolls, with many vowing never to drink Bud Light beer or any Anheuser-Busch products again.

Check out Mulvaney's Bud Light partnership below: 

Even celebrities like Kid Rock, Brantley Gilbert, and Travis Tritt have voiced their displeasure at Bud Light following the partnership. But it's not just famous faces speaking out, so are members of the public.

On Monday (April 17), a man was recorded smashing cases of Busch Light beer inside of a Kansas Walmart store.

The video - which has since amassed more than 310,000 views on TikTok - shows the angry man removing cases of Busch Light beer from the refrigerator and smashing them on the floor.

Check out the clip below:

After realizing he is being recorded by another member of the public, the man - who was later identified as 44-year-old J. Dustin David Cain - launches a couple of beer cans at the person behind the camera.

Footage then shows Cain being led away by police.

Now, the New York Post has reported that after being led away by law enforcement, officials for the Topeka Police Department have revealed that Cain has since been charged arrested on several charges - including criminal damage to property, battery, assault, and lewd and lascivious — having previously being accused of exposing his sex organs to a teenager.

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Credit: Shawnee Co. Department of Corrections

A statement emailed to Forbes from Topeka Police stated: "Cain was later arrested and booked into the Shawnee County Department of Corrections on the following charges: Criminal damage to property; Felony Battery; Physical contact in rude, insulting, angry manner, and Assault."

The Post did not clarify when Cain allegedly exposed himself, but the charges do state that the individual was aged between 16-19.

Officials added that there has been no reported motive for Cain's destruction of the beer, adding in their email: "It is unclear at this time why he was causing the disturbance and criminal damage to the store. Several of the witnesses and victims had left prior to the officers arriving at the scene. This is all the information we can provide for now."

But, like Bud Light, Busch Light is another brand of beer brewed by the Anheuser-Busch company.

The last reports state that Cain is currently being held behind bars on a $1,500 bond.

Featured image credit: Richard Levine / Alamy