This is the last thing Foot Locker Inc. (FL) needed.

As Hurricane Irma pushed further into Florida, footage captured looters breaking into a Foot Locker location in Fort Lauderdale.

#BREAKING Local 10 cameras catch looters breaking into stores in Fort Lauderdale during #Irma https://t.co/45ESxKpUdk pic.twitter.com/tjCH1iqhH8

— WPLG Local 10 News (@WPLGLocal10) September 10, 2017

Looters in the area were arrested, the Fort Lauderdale police said.

#FLPD Looters ARRESTED! 9 individuals were arrested Looting CashAmerica Pawn & Simon's on W Sunrise Blvd. pic.twitter.com/1pLR66I8TD

— Fort Lauderdale PD (@FLPD411) September 10, 2017


It's the latest piece of bad news for the athletic apparel retailer, which saw its stock drop 27.9% in one day, the biggest drop since 2008, last month after a dismal quarterly report. Foot Locker earned 62 cents a share on revenue of $1.701 billion, far below analysts' consensus estimates of earnings of 90 cents a share on revenue of $1.8 billion. Same-store sales fell 6% year-over-year. The news prompted a selloff in shares of Nike Inc. (NKE) and Under Armour Inc. (UAA) .

There's frequently accusations of looting during storms and other natural disasters, with another bout of Irma looting reportedly taking place in Orlando.

Developing: Orlando Police responding to Academy Sports near Mall at Millena for possible looters.

— Andrew O'Brien (@aobrien7) September 10, 2017

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