Suddenly the undergarments of girls were being stolen, then suspicion on this person; This thing came out

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Suddenly the undergarments of girls were being stolen, then suspicion on this person; This thing came out
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A case has come to light from Manchester, UK where a 19-year-old man has been accused of stolen girls' room and stealing their undergarments. This was revealed when a girl saw her leaving her room. The girl immediately called the police and arrested the boy.

According to the report of undergarments

'The Mirror', undergarments were constantly being stolen, undergarments were constantly being stolen from the girls' room. Troubled by this, a girl saw that one day Tam is being stolen from her room. Later, when he checked the undergarments in the cupboard, he found missing. When the girl told this to her friends, it came to know that a similar incident happened to her. In such a situation, the suspicion of the girls turned into confidence that there is no one else behind the theft of their clothes. He informed the police, after which Tam was arrested.

Boy accepted mistake

In interrogation of the police, Tam accepted his crime and also apologized. The case was heard in the court, where Tam was convicted in two cases of theft. He was sentenced to 6 months jail sentence and one year suspended jail.

Court found guilty Please tell that this theft incident took place between January 20 and February 2. At that time Tam was a student of Manchester University. The King Tam was found guilty of entering and stealing the girls' rooms without permission. During the hearing at Minshull Street Crown Court, it was told that since Tam returned from Hong Kong, he was feeling 'alone' and 'isolated'. He had gone into depression.

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