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Out-of-shape thieves foiled by police during breastaurant burglary

Out-of-shape thieves foiled by police during breastaurant burglary

Twin Peaks on Kirby in Houston at night
The Kirby area Twin Peaks nearly lost two plasma TVs thanks to a pair of out-of-shape burglars. Twin Peaks Kirby (Houston)/Facebook
Twin Peaks on Kirby in Houston with waitress posing
Given the competitive nature of the local breastaurant industry, it remains to be seen if unnamed suspects were affiliated with a cleavage-and-wings rival.  Twin Peaks Kirby (Houston)/Facebook
Twin Peaks on Kirby in Houston at night
Twin Peaks on Kirby in Houston with waitress posing

Hooters nemesis Twin Peaks found itself under attack early Thursday morning, when a pair of burglars attempted to steal several televisions from the popular breastaurant and local cultural institution.

Responding to a security alarm just before 3 a.m., law enforcement arrived at the restaurant's Kirby location to find two plasma screen televisions sitting by a side door.

"The two male suspects were scared away by the police cars and fled the foot," Jodi Silva with the Houston Police Department tells CultureMap.

"According the incident report, officers caught them quickly. One of the men just got tired of running. He actually needed help standing up when he was apprehended." 

Both suspects have been charged with burglary of a business and remain in police custody.

While the restaurant's general manager was unable to be reached for comment, it appears as if the televisions suffered little to no damage whatsoever.

Competition is fierce in the breastaurant industry, as the Houston area market continues to flood with a variety of cleavage-and-wings concepts like Bikinis, Bone Daddies and Brick House.

No word yet if the out-of-shape Twin Peaks thieves were affiliated with a rival eatery.