I left him to his spectacle shopping and walked away but kept an eye on him as he continued through the store. He still had the glasses in his hand but his other hand was hidden by his jacket sleeve and it looked like he was trying to conceal something in his shorts. His right hand was under his shirt as he walked around. It was time for my lunch break so as I left, I asked another employee, we'll call him Jason, who has sort of become our unofficial, self appointed theft prevention officer. It's not his job, and isn't qualified for it and it takes away from his normal responsibilities so I probably shouldn't encourage him but he's into it.
"Oh come on man!" Jason exclaimed and then tells him to pull up his pants and get out of the store.
The rest of the day all the employees are recalling him from earlier and taking mental notes of all the things he touched in the store with his dirty butt zitt hands. As a general rule I do not recommend testing out the whistle key chains. Ever. I once saw an old homeless woman pick up one of every color and blow into them one at a time. Add reading glasses and several other things to that list.