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From: Gregory Morrow on 21 Jul 2010 19:37
Yup........we ALWAYS knew it............
On Jul 21, 10:27 am, "Runge 124" <phi...(a)bigfoot.com> wrote:
> So what, crossposter ?
> "Bienvenue à Bord" <bienve...(a)abord.fr> a écrit dans le message de groupe de
> discussion : 3u3j9c.nul.1...(a)news.alt.net...
> > Stewardess stole from sleeping air passengers
> > An Air France stewardess has been arrested after stealing thousands of
> > pounds in cash and valuables as her unsuspecting victims slept on
> > long-haul flights.
> > The 47-year-old named only as Lucie R targeted dozens of wealthy
> > Japanese business travellers flying between Paris and Tokyo in first
> > class, reportedly because many frequently carried large amounts of cash..
> > The first complaints of theft came in January, when five passengers said
> > they had lost a total of 4,000 (£3,400) during a flight from the far
> > east, said French police.
> > Then reports of theft multiplied throughout the year totalling
> > incidents of theft on 142 flights.
> > The light-fingered thief also pilfered jewellery, watches and credit cards
> > while pretending to make passengers more comfortable. Gold and silver, a
> > Cartier watch and a diamond ring were all unearthed in a safe deposit box
> > at a bank in her home town of Rouen, northern France.
> > After a six-month investigation comparing staff rotas with theft
> > complaints, she was seized at Pariss Charles de Gaulle at 4.30am on
> > Friday as she got off the 12-hour flight from Tokyo.
> > She has confessed to 26 separate thefts that she can remember but
> > clearly there are others, said police.
> > Her bank account also reflects the fact that she was amassing far more
> > cash than her salary would suggest.
> > Air France said it was only responsible for property in hold luggage.
> > They said passengers who thought they had been robbed should contact their
> > insurance company.
> > The woman faces up to ten years in jail if convicted. Shes also lost her
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