Anorak | Kent Woman Banned From Every Shop In Britain Is Poundland Champion

Kent Woman Banned From Every Shop In Britain Is Poundland Champion

by | 16th, July 2011

SARAH Parker has been banned from every shop in the land.

At Canterbury magistrates’ court, Parker admits to shoplifting £100 worth of goods in single items from Poundland in Canterbury, Kent, on May 19.

Anorak has been to Poundland and can only say that Parker, a pregnant mum of four, must have been unhinged. Finding one thing worth buying in Poundland, let alone stealing, is a challenge. Finding 100 items seems a devious task akin to cleaning the Augean Stables with a bendy straw while being nagged by 25 toddlers driven half-mad on Lucozade.

Parker, of Herne Bay, Kent, also confessed to nicking £50 worth of meat from Morrisons and £176 worth of clothes from Peacocks.

And then…

She was eventually caught leaving with £50 worth of goods from Poundland on June 7.

The woman is a villain, that much is certain. But she is also a champion of Poundland. Give her a job in your PR department, chaps.

Before leaving court she asked: ‘What does retail mean? Can I go in Asda and Tesco?’ before being told by magistrate Beryl Goodall: ‘No, you can get your partner to do the shopping.’

In Poundland – if he’s man enough for the challenge…

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