And finally… expensive cut



A man who tried to pass off expensive veal as cheap fruit at a supermarket self-service checkout has been fined nearly £185,000.

The 58-year-old businessman, who remains unnamed, was convicted of theft and given a penalty based on his monthly salary of around £21,000.

The veal liver he tried to nab had been priced at £42.

The district court in Munich, Germany heard that he had a history of self-service fraud and had past convictions for theft and tax evasion.

He has been released from jail since the judgment.

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