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Lendsey
and Delilha Harbin (pictured) are facing felony theft charges for allegedly “movie-hopping” last Saturday night at a Portage, Ind., multiplex.  The couple is accused of paying to see only one film, then sneaking in to another without paying another admission fee, according to The Smoking Gun.

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Reportedly, the hitched pair sprung $6.75 to see the new Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson film, “Snitch,” but when they exited the movie and snuck in to the zombie thriller “Warm Bodies,” they failed to pay.

Two off-duty policemen were moonlighting as security at a nearby IMAX theater and just happened to be standing outside when “Snitch” was letting viewers out. One officer reportedly remembered Lendsey’s bright attire when he first entered theater No. 13, where “Snitch” was playing, and then noticed that the man was nowhere in sight.  The second officer thought he had seen the Harbins previously “sneak in to movies without paying.”

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The officer reportedly decided to search for the Gary, Ind., duo and found them in another theater waiting for the film “Warm Bodies” to begin.  When the law enforcers asked the couple to produce their stubs for the second movie, they could not but admitted to police that they had previously snuck in to movies at the multiplex at least three or four times prior.

When further pressed, they also confessed they had been to a funeral earlier in the day and were not in their right minds.

The Harbins’ excuses apparently fell on deaf ears and they were taken in to custody and placed in a county jail.  The pair were later released on their own recognizance.

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