The workweek after the long holiday weekend began in a strange way for some people stopping by a South Jersey Wawa Monday morning after a naked woman walked into the busy convenience store.
The incident happened around 6 a.m. at the store along U. S. 130 in Delran. NBC10 cameras covering Delran native Carli Lloyd’s Women’s World Cup hat-trick accidentally captured the unidentified women — with no clothing at all — walk into the Wawa.
About two minutes later, the woman left the Wawa — apparently empty-handed — got into a car packed with clothes and belongings and drove off.
All the while, some customers went about their mornings, grabbing coffees and other items — pulling up and leaving the store. One man watched the woman enter the store before turning away, getting into his car and driving off as if nothing had happened. Others stopped and watched the incident play out.
It’s unclear what happened inside the store, but employees asked the woman to leave and threatened to call police, according to witnesses. Wawa had no comment.
The woman didn’t appear to purchase or take anything from the store.
Delran Police told NBC10 that they weren’t aware of the incident.