Czech shoplifters stole alcohol because they were hungry.

Posted: March 20, 2010 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder

Czechs, stole Fosters because they were hungry, had lost their jobs and were not entitled to benefits.

IlieMarek Kaszper and Lukas Slanina admitted shoplifting when they appeared before magistrates in Worcester on Tuesday.

Kaszper, aged 25, who gave his address as Maggs Day Centre in Deansway, Worcester, admitted the theft of a four-pack of Fosters lager worth £4.69 from Somerfield in Worcester on Monday, March 1, and of snacks and Red Bull worth £6.01 from Boots in Worcester High Street two days later.

The offences also placed him in breach of a six-month conditional discharge imposed on Monday, February 8, which he also admitted.

His friend Lukas Slanina, aged 30, who also gave his address as Maggs Day Centre, admitted stealing food items worth £7.47 from Boots in Worcester High Street on Wednesday, March 3, and breach of an earlier conditional discharge.

The conditional discharge, which applied to both men, was for stealing from supermarket Aldi when they left without paying.
Were this pair also destitute at the time of those offences or are they just career shoplifters?

The pair of shoplifters have since secured work via an agency, hope they declared their criminal records to their new employees.

Kaszper was ordered to pay compensation of £10.70 for the thefts, fined £50 for breach of a conditional discharge, costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £15.

Slanina was fined £65 for theft, £50 for breach of a conditional discharge and ordered to pay £85 costs, a £15 victim surcharge and compensation of £7.47 to Boots.

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