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An English thief, who allegedly got caught in her grocery bag, has been banned from a chain after allegedly stealing more than $16,800 worth of food, including a “colossal amount of expensive meat”, according to the crown prosecutor.
“Enough is enough,” prosecutor Mark Farrell said on Wednesday, opposing the parole of Englishwoman Beverly McNeilly, according to what has local media 'Belfast Telegraph' reported.
The 43-year-old woman from Belfast was in court for allegedly stealing more than £10,000 – more than $16,800 – in groceries at the Marks & Spencer.
She is accused of having stolen, on five occasions between January and May, a significant amount of food from the chain known for its high value products.
“She left with 30 steaks, a colossal amount of expensive meat, and Marks & Spencer is not cheap,” the lawyer reportedly said, according to local media. will be released on the condition that measures are put in place to deal with her substance abuse problems, ruled the judge, according to what 'The Mirror' reported on Tuesday.
She would, in passing, been banned from all stores in the chain, at the risk of permanently losing custody of her dog Pablo.
“If Mrs. McNeilly is arrested and taken into custody again, the dog will be rehomed “, hammered the lawyer.