Oh what a sign of the end times. A wal-mart “fatty” cart, designed for an assist to the disabled, but used by the five hundred pound shoppers, was used in a shoplifting get-away. When questioned about it’s slow speed and her eventual capture by police in cars that can do almost 200 mph vs. the carts 6mph top speed she replied she was tired of walking.

After stealing $600 worth of merchandise from Walmart, a Michigan woman made her getaway on one of the store’s motorized wheelchairs, according to cops who collared her two miles from the retailer.

Shirley Mae Mason, 46, was arrested Monday night and charged with the theft of the $1200 electric cart and six bags stuffed with clothing.

During questioning by police, Mason said that she decided to swipe the motorized cart after failing to secure a car ride from the store. Mason, according to a police report, said she just “didn’t feel like walking.”

Mason, seen above, was booked into the Muskegon County jail, from which she was later released after posting bond.

Last month, an 18-year-old New Mexico man was arrested for stealing a similar Walmart cart and driving it to a meeting with his probation officer at an Albuquerque courthouse.