Blog: Leonie BarrieShoplifter caught with trousers down

Leonie Barrie | 27 February 2004

I've just been sent a wonderful Friday afternoon story, translated by Access Asia's Paul French from the Yangtze Evening Post.

A Chinese woman unhappy with the trousers she had stolen from a shop may have erred when she took them back to be shortened. The woman found the of trousers too long for her, and hearing from others that the store alters any clothes it sells free of charge, she went back to get the work done. But the store discovered the trousers were a missing pair and held her until she confessed to her theft.


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