One of the best things at MontanaFair is the food. Mouth-watering all the way.

I personally love the burgers, elephant ears, cotton candy, well, everything.

I have to say though, don't get sticky fingers, meaning, pay for what you want. The reason I say this is because taste buds got the best of one man in Great Falls at the Montana State Fair. I don't want you to fall victim to what he did.

Travis Hurd has been charged after he reportedly stole food from a vendor booth.

Court documents, according to KTVQ, state that a security guard conducting a routine patrol of the fairgrounds saw Hurd taking a tray of cooked turkey legs from the “Taste Of The South” booth about 4:50 a.m. on Friday. The guard stopped Hurd, talked with him and he admitted stealing the turkey legs. He also destroyed other food, including fish fillets, sausage balls, jalapeno poppers, ranch dressing, breading mix, and strawberry sauce. The dollar loss of the food was estimated at $1,775.

Now I'm all about stuffing yourself at the fair, but make sure you can pay for it. Just saying.

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