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Finally.

Justice catches up with vicious ‘veg for fruit’ kingpin Aidan ‘Bad Apple’ Devlin.

The streets are a little safer today.

Crafty Belfast Tesco shopper took apples but paid for carrots (Belfast Telegraph)

42 thoughts on “The Face Of Evil

        1. some old queen

          Everyone is asking why Lidl is so expensive in NI actually. Especially within the north-side border region since Brexit.

  1. Eamonn Clancy

    I do it ll the time, there’s no craft in it what so ever. The skills base up north must be of a knuckle dragging level.

    1. dhaughton99

      I know, I do this all the time with chickens etc. Leave the most expensive item til last then put it on the scanner, look for the veg on the touch screen, press cancel then select pay for items and it bypasses any warnings. Free Chicken. Works a charm in Tesco and Dunnes. If I am going to do the work, I want to be paid.

  2. Cian

    Interesting fact* for the day:

    It is a more serious crime to swap labels and ‘pay’ for the goods, than it would be to simply steal them.
    The first is fraud while the second in theft.

    *this may not be true. I’m just some anonymous poster. Please seek professional legal advice.

  3. Guess Who

    The media telling you be suspicious of your neighbours while ignoring billion euro fraud by banks and politicians.

    The Indo is the worst. Pernicious rag of division.

    1. classter

      Tbf this one is there more because it is funny.

      What child hasn’t asked their parents whether they can put on the wrong fruit & veg label?

  4. wearnicehats

    The supermarkets are well aware of this. Take Supervalu for instance. They have it set that no less than 400lbs of field mushrooms can be stolen and the loss made up by the profit on a single 100g packet of Charleville medium cheddar.

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