- The first Asian giant hornet nest of the season was destroyed in Washington state on Wednesday, officials announced Thursday
- The nest was located near Blaine, Washington, roughly quarter mile where a resident spotted the first live hornet earlier this month
- Teams vacuumed 113 worker hornets out of the nest, which housed a total of 1,500 insects in different development stages
- The first Asian hornets nest was destroyed in October 2020 in Washington state
Despite his trousers still being around his ankles, another worker - who only has one arm - grabs him by his hood and drags him out the store as he looses a shoe.
The man pulls his joggers up and puts his trainer back on and approaches the entrance as the second employee stands guard.
But the worker advances on him and lunges, performing a weak karate kick to his midriff.
He then wraps his arm around the suspect's neck and drags him to the floor in a shocking body slam.
The footage ends as the two employees slowly head back inside the Poundland and leave the shopper outside.
A Poundland spokesman said: 'Our colleagues face difficulties every day in dealing with shoplifters. We're pleased that this incident is now in the hands of the police.'