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(The Sun)   "Well, she's dead. Guess she won't need her bank card anymore. Anyone else want a bag of crisps or a fizzy drink?" (possible nsfw content on page)   (thesun.co.uk) divider line
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3042 clicks; posted to Main » on 10 Jun 2021 at 3:55 PM (5 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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5 days ago  
Well, you can't take it with you...
 
5 days ago  
You should have asked before I went to the store.
 
5 days ago  
If I going to do something that will make me be seen as a dirt bag, it is going to be for more than a couple of dollars.
 
5 days ago  
I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny
 
5 days ago  
It's got  to be sad to be that good looking and not be able to bum a buck off of somebody
 
5 days ago  
yeah not once, ever, is ok to shame and blame a lower caste for doing EXACTLY WHAT THE UPPER CASTE  ALREADY DOES.

So all i can see here is a dutiful loyal subject doing as their masters example.
 
5 days ago  
just you know, in her scale at her place on the ladder.
 
5 days ago  
Declare the pennies on your eyes.
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
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Approves.
 
5 days ago  
So no jail and might not even lose her job?

Yep, that'll discourage the next grave robber pretending to be a caregiver.
 
5 days ago  

waxbeans: It's got  to be sad to be that good looking and not be able to bum a buck off of somebody


Bank might have flagged it when the family notified them of death.
 
5 days ago  

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Approves.


I loved that show.
 
5 days ago  
Ayesha Basharat, 23, was spared jail after taking the 83-year-old woman's card at Birmingham's Heartlands Hospital on January 24.

Ayesha Basharat? With a name like that, why didn't she go into a career in rodent eradication?
 
5 days ago  

waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny


It's more the idea of it.  Why would someone steal $10 from a dead person and ruin their career over it?  The fact that it was used at all was more of a problem than the amount.
 
5 days ago  

waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny


It's amazing to me how consistently wrong you can be in thread after thread. You have a real gift.
 
5 days ago  

TheGreatGazoo: waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny

It's more the idea of it.  Why would someone steal $10 from a dead person and ruin their career over it?  The fact that it was used at all was more of a problem than the amount.


When my aunt died they asked if we wanted an autopsy.
I'm like, why? Dead is dead. I don't want to know we killed her. JFC.
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People are welcome to clean out my bank account after I die and since I got Bank overdraft protection please go into overdraft. JFC 🙄
 
5 days ago  

Big_Doofus: waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny

It's amazing to me how consistently wrong you can be in thread after thread. You have a real gift.


What is incorrect about my expecting my family to be too heartbroken to miss $10?
JFC.
This is the least controversial  thing I've ever said for Christ's sake
 
5 days ago  
Six dollars
 
5 days ago  

waxbeans: Big_Doofus: waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny

It's amazing to me how consistently wrong you can be in thread after thread. You have a real gift.

What is incorrect about my expecting my family to be too heartbroken to miss $10?
JFC.
This is the least controversial  thing I've ever said for Christ's sake


Never mind that means you called the bank to find out when the transaction went through which means you somehow have a way to talk to the bank cuz the bank should actually talk to anyone except me and on and on I've actually been on the other side of a phone call with people and have to told him I can't give them access to the account because they're not the account holder so I really do have to take issue with someone that takes the time to close out all these different accounts why are they worried about two bucks or 10 books or even a $100 when I'm dead and they're only going to be able to successively resolve half of the accounts the other half aren't going to let them in
Dear people who have been stuck with closing out my shiat don't sweat the small stuff man I'm dead
 
4 days ago  

waxbeans: TheGreatGazoo: waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny

It's more the idea of it.  Why would someone steal $10 from a dead person and ruin their career over it?  The fact that it was used at all was more of a problem than the amount.

When my aunt died they asked if we wanted an autopsy.
I'm like, why? Dead is dead. I don't want to know we killed her. JFC.
/
People are welcome to clean out my bank account after I die and since I got Bank overdraft protection please go into overdraft. JFC 🙄


I'd ask for your bank account info then, but Fark automatically filters private information.
My bank account # *****************

See? Wouldn't do me any good anyway.
 
4 days ago  
what a rat...a bunch o' rats if you will....i and know you wood.
 
4 days ago  
Lot of folks (by weight at least) in here assuming this was her first time doing something like this as opposed to first time being caught.
 
4 days ago  
OAP?

Who sings that one?
 
4 days ago  

ongbok: If I going to do something that will make me be seen as a dirt bag, it is going to be for more than a couple of dollars.


So what'll you do for 2.50?
 
4 days ago  

ongbok: If I going to do something that will make me be seen as a dirt bag, it is going to be for more than a couple of dollars.


Eh, but thats a low rent, easily forgettable dirtbag. If she stole like 10 bucks, the family will remember her as "that lady that stole grams bank card".

And yet, what does this say about her? Lack of ambition? Just thought nobody would notice and wanted to save a few bucks?
 
4 days ago  

waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny


They didn't catch her for four days.. Family may have given the bank her death certificate to close the account. Someone at the bank said.... uh....
 
4 days ago  

Boojum2k: Lot of folks (by weight at least) in here assuming this was her first time doing something like this as opposed to first time being caught.


That was my thought. I am guessing sick people in her Ward have been buying her lunch for a while. She was just unlucky enough to grab someone who was dead so she got caught
 
4 days ago  
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Reminds me of the Married with Children episode where the santa that was supposed to skydive to the mall has a chute malfunction and crashes into the Bundy's yard.

When the cops finally take away the body, the lead cop is putting on the dead guy's ring and offers Al a free tip: never die with your jewelry on
 
4 days ago  

Boojum2k: So no jail and might not even lose her job?

Yep, that'll discourage the next grave robber pretending to be a caregiver.


She left the body, so not really a grave robber, just a petty thief.
 
4 days ago  
I'd like an ice lolly please
 
4 days ago  

waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny


I would assume someone in the family was reviewing the bank statement while dealing with the estate.  It's a fairly standard procedure.  A vending machine purchase after the time of death is going to be a big red flag.
 
4 days ago  
Those were some expensive crisps -- They cost her her job.
 
4 days ago  
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4 days ago  

Do you know the way to Mordor: Ayesha Basharat, 23, was spared jail after taking the 83-year-old woman's card at Birmingham's Heartlands Hospital on January 24.

Ayesha Basharat? With a name like that, why didn't she go into a career in rodent eradication?


I read her name as batshiat rat. She made a bad decision but I doubt that she's that bad.
 
4 days ago  
OAP?

Does that mean "Old-ass person"?
 
4 days ago  
She is kind of cute. She can get a job on onlyfans.
 
4 days ago  

TheGreatGazoo: waxbeans: I'm curious how this was even found and why anyone gave a fark?
I really hope my family was more busy grieving my passing than counting my every last penny

It's more the idea of it.  Why would someone steal $10 from a dead person and ruin their career over it?  The fact that it was used at all was more of a problem than the amount.


Yes. Not to mention, if this is happening in a hospital, the hospital is going to be keenly interested in acting very quickly to stamp it out and fire anyone they know is a petty thief. The liability for a hospital, which has a legal, fiduciary responsibility to protect their patients, is tremendous. Forget the $10 spent at the vending machine; if a hospital is lax in their security (i.e. their controls are weak, and they know it), imagine the claims that could be made by thousands of other patients who state (or their executors state) that personal property, wallets, credit cards, etc. were stolen.

The hospital having knowledge that an employee is a petty thief and doing little or nothing about it is like a big, shiny invitation for a trial attorney to come put together a class and file suit. Defense is expensive, bad PR, reputation damage are costly, then the audits begin and shiat gets dredged up...

Anyway, dishonesty and petty theft create massive liability for the hospital. They don't need it; they can literally invent whatever price they want to slap on their services.
 
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