A 74-year-old Florida woman has been charged with stealing a motorcycle from a Walmart parking lot.
Nicole Burgess stole the bike in late January along with her 43-year-old son, Lee Burgess, authorities say.
Cops say they nabbed the unlikely duo after a suspicious vehicle was spotted in surveillance footage from the department store in Brooksville.
That vehicle, police say, belongs to Nicole Burgess.
The mother and son were both booked on Thursday and have both been charged with grand theft auto.
Nicole Burgess has since admitted to the theft, Brooksville Police Department told WFLA.
In other Walmart parking lot news, a man in Arkansas was arrested this week after police say he called a Bentonville store and threatened to "shoot up" its lot.
A warrant was issued after Eugene Magda was identified as the suspect. The next day, police arrested the 47-year-old on a charge of first degree terroristic threatening, KFSM reports.
And early last month, the body of a dead woman was discovered inside her car in a Salinas, California parking lot after authorities believe it sat in a Walmart parking lot unnoticed for as long as three months.