Georgia man arrested for ejaculating on woman at Whole Foods

Troy Calliste, 28, was arrested on charges that include sexual battery and public indecency.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Georgia police arrested a man who is accused of ejaculating on a stranger inside a Whole Foods store, Fox 5 reports.

Troy Calliste, 28, was arrested on Monday and has been booked into the Dekalb County Jail on charges that include sexual battery and public indecency.

The incident occurred at the Whole Foods store located at 5001 Peachtree Boulevard near Clairmont Road.

The victim, Dr. Sabine Lovell, told Chamblee police that the suspect had ejaculated on her.

"I see this gentleman walking down the aisle who's pretending to be shopping and he's holding a basket, and he looked kind of like a normal gentleman, like late 20s, early 30s, nothing like extra suspicious about him," Lovell recanted to Fox 5.

"I bent over to grab the chips and as I was doing that, I felt something like wet and warm on my back, and so I put my hand on the small of my back, and then I saw that it was like this gooey, white substance, and I turn around, and I see this guy looking at me, and then he zips his pants up,” the victim said.

Lovell was seen on surveillance video footage chasing the suspect out of the store.
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Ahh, nothing like coming in Whole Foods in the Atlanta area. BLACKS be doing the darndest things....

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