Christian anarchists ruin Christmas by stealing bikini calendars in Jesus' name

A group of Christian anarchists has taken credit for the theft of $2,000 worth of calendars featuring scantily clad women from a Georgia shopping mall in Buford.

"Every day on the way to work, we had to walk by this kiosk. Each passing encounter forced a specific sexuality and beauty standard upon us, and we couldn’t take it anymore," the alleged thieves wrote on the website on December 4.

The website describes itself as a gathering place for "Christians who are also anarchists."

The group of three Christian anarchists said one person distracted the sole employee at the kiosk on Black Friday while another person grabbed about 200 calendars off the shelves and replaced them with paper signs that read, "Sorry, misogyny is out of stock." A third person acted as a lookout.

"We all left laughing," they wrote.

But the theft was no laughing matter for kiosk owner Jessica Roy. She told WFTV 9 that the theft cost her small business all its profits for the season, making her unable to give her employees a Christmas bonus.

“They’re on consignment, but I’m responsible for them,” she says. “Not only do I sign a security deposit, which now I’ll lose, I’m also responsible for any merchandise that’s missing.”

Police are checking the signs for fingerprints.

Watch video, courtesy of WSBTV, below.