A Swedish Supreme Court docket justice has been fined for shoplifting. (iStock)
A Supreme Court docket justice in Sweden has been fined for shoplifting a Christmas ham and meatballs amongst different objects, the prosecutor within the case stated Thursday.
The 67-year-old lady was caught by employees at a grocery retailer in central Stockholm per week earlier than Christmas.
“I’ve issued a positive concerning the crime petty theft, beforehand often known as shoplifting,” chief public prosecutor Per Nichols informed AFP.
The choose resigned from her put up in February – when studies emerged that she was being investigated – after having served 20 years on the bench.
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Amongst different issues, she had tried to cover a Christmas ham, meatballs, sausages and cheese in a woven bag by protecting them with one other bag, in response to authorized information outlet Dagens Juridik.
The choose admitted to the info however denied any intention to steal the groceries, and was issued a positive of fifty 000 Swedish kronor ($5 400, 4 800 euros), Nichols added.
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