He's done part-time work at Sainsbury's for the past year or so, and the staff loved him there. He was popular and trustworthy, or so they thought.
He's stolen £3000 from the tills over the past couple of months. Accidentally dropping lots of £20 notes on the floor and then stuffing them into his shoes.
The fool didn't think he'd be found out. He said 'they don't count the money at the end of the day. they'll never know.'
lolol. They found out and fired him. He got arrested and he's on bail at the moment, appearing in court in January. The police have taken all the things he bought with his expensive money back, including tickets he bought for his bird and him to go to Paris.
Will he now never be able to get a job again? His reference will be stained with the fact he got fired for stealing, and on application forms, he'll have to tick the 'Criminal Record' box, won't he?
Ouch. Serves him right, I spose. Pretty out of character for someone who was getting A's in the early days of his AS Levels last year.
Do you have any criminal friends?