How do you buy a watch and not pay for it? Dan Leberfeld

In a recent article, ESPN’s Rich Cimini provided the following information on Mike Goodson –

“Goodson didn’t pay a $56,465 bill at a Houston-area jewelry store, which included the purchase of a $37,500 Breitling watch, according to court records. The store sued him, and after interest and fees, he ended up paying $84,423.44. The amount was garnished from his Raiders paychecks, according to records in Texas and California.”

How do you buy make a purchase of that magnitude (or any magnitude for that matter), and decide not to pay it?

I don’t understand that kind of mindset.

It’s bizarre.