Police hunt man after gross Woolies act

Police are looking for a man who walked into a Woolworth’s on George Street in Sydney's CBD and urinated on food. Picture: NewsWire Handout
Police are looking for a man who walked into a Woolworth’s on George Street in Sydney's CBD and urinated on food. Picture: NewsWire Handout

Police are hunting for a man who walked into a Woolworth’s store in Sydney’s CBD and allegedly urinated on food.

It is alleged the man walked into the George Street store and caused about $300 worth of damage to produce, which took staff several hours to decontaminate.

Central Metropolitan Region officers are investigating the incident which occurred about 11.40pm on July 1.

Police would like to speak with this man who allegedly walked into a Sydney Woolworth’s store and urinated on food. Picture: NewsWire Handout
Police would like to speak with this man who allegedly walked into a Sydney Woolworth’s store and urinated on food. Picture: NewsWire Handout
Police are looking for a man who walked into a Woolworth’s in Sydney's CBD and allegedly urinated on food items. Picture: NewsWire Handout
Police are looking for a man who walked into a Woolworth’s in Sydney's CBD and allegedly urinated on food items. Picture: NewsWire Handout

A police spokesperson said the man was caucasian, about 20 to 30-years old with a medium build.

He was wearing a backwards navy blue cap, black jacket, black pants, dark blue shoes and was carrying a black satchel bag.

Footage shows the man leaving the store and tying up his pants.

Police would like to speak with the man who may be able to help them with inquiries.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers.