Hungry crook steals sirloin steaks and gin and tonic from Potters Bar shop

PUBLISHED: 15:02 03 November 2014 | UPDATED: 15:02 03 November 2014

A woman is in a serious condition after she fell out of a moving taxi on Sunday morning.

A woman is in a serious condition after she fell out of a moving taxi on Sunday morning.

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A hungry crook was said to have stolen sirloin steaks and gin and tonic in Potters Bar.

The alleged theft, of £26 worth of steak and a can of gin and tonic, took place on October 14, at the BP Service Station, in High Street.

He was also arrested and charged with having no car insurance, no car tax, having no driving licence a number plate that did not conform to regulations, possession of cannabis and possession of cloned number plates and DVDs.

• George Curmy, 43, of The Vale, in Cricklewood, was released on bail and is due to appear at Watford Magistrates Court, on November 18.


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