Soho Hollister Burglarized by Black Friday Mob

Teen retailers Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch promised Black Friday shoppers 101 hot guys with their shirts off, starting at midnight. Instead, the

Teen retailers Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch promised Black Friday shoppers 101 hot guys with their shirts off, starting at midnight. Instead, the bargain hunters who scraped their tryptophan-wasted bodies off the couch were met with a handful of NYPD officers and a half a block of yellow caution tape.

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Around 12:30 this morning, Hollister was burglarized by a crowd of Black Friday shoppers that had grown impatient while waiting in line outside the surf shop-inspired superstore, according to a clique of teenage eyewitnesses assembled outside the American Eagle Outfitters across the street.

NYPD on scene confirmed that the store had been robbed and would not be opening for predawn business, but had no further details about the suspects.

Hollister sales staff and lifeguards were nowhere to be found. The 5th Avenue Abercrombie & Fitch was also closed despite publicizing a midnight opening.

Soho Hollister Burglarized by Black Friday Mob