But it doesn't end there............ Classy couple celebrates Walmart engagement by stealing sex toys: cops By Chris Perez January 7, 2016 | 7:32pm A Michigan man proposed to his girlfriend over a Walmart loudspeaker — and then celebrated minutes later by swiping an array of sex toys from a nearby novelty store, cops said. William Cornelius, 25, and his new fiance, Sheri Moore, 20, were arrested last Wednesday after they were caught shoplifting $80 worth of bedroom delights from a Spencer’s gift store in Bay City, according to a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun. Their haul included a “Bride-to-be” thong, “BJ Blast” oral sex candy and a $14.99 vibrator. Before popping the question, Cornelius purchased a $29.62 engagement ring at the nearby Walmart and then asked a store employee if he could use the intercom system to ask his Moore to marry him, cops said. Surveillance footage shows him dropping to one knee before Moore eventually says yes — sparking a round of applause from shoppers. The couple can be seen happily hugging and kissing one another before they dart out of the Walmart and over to a Spencer’s in the Bay City Mall, which is across the street. After pilfering the naughty novelties, the couple walked over to the food court — where they were collared by cops, according to the Smoking Gun. Officers would find the sex toys on Cornelius after searching him, police said. Authorities also found a pair of earrings and a necklace in Moore’s possession, which had been stolen from the Walmart. Cornelius later admitted to stealing the items, telling investigators they were ultimately for his fiancee, whom he had just proposed to. He also told cops he took the sex toys because he was feeling bold, due to a narcotic-like pain reliever that had been given to him during a recent hospital visit, according to The Bay City Times. While Moore was nabbed for larceny, Cornelius was slapped with retail fraud charges — which carry a sentence of up to 93 days in jail and a fine of $500, or three times the value of the stolen property. And since Cornelius is currently serving a three-year probation term in connection with a 2014 felony conviction for ethnic intimidation, he could also face additional time behind bars, cops said. Both him and Moore were released on bond this week and are due back in court at the end of the month.