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Connecticut man arrested for allegedly destroying Kim Kardashian selfie books at store

Carl Puia, 74, is accused of destroying several Kim Kardashian selfie books at a Conn. book store.

Carl Puia, 74, is accused of destroying several Kim Kardashian selfie books at a Conn. book store.  (Glastonbury Police Department)

A Connecticut man’s distaste for the Kardashians has landed him in jail.

Carl Puia, 74, was arrested on Monday for destroying several of Kim Kardashian’s “Selfish” books at a Barnes & Noble in Glastonbury, Connecticut.

In a typed note left behind, he explained to the staff his contempt for the reality TV star and “people like her,” news station WVIT reported.

Security camera footage from October 2016 showed Puia pouring red liquid over the books, which are a collection of Kardashian’s favorite selfies. Six of the coffee table books were “destroyed in the massacre and could not be revived,” according to police.

The 74-year-old turned himself in to police on Monday. He was charged with criminal mischief and released on a $2,500 bond.

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