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From little victories over your bank manager to epic wins over the law - tell us how you've put one over authority. Right on, kids!

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(, Thu 17 Jun 2010, 16:01)
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EDIT: yes, this is technically fraud but as they "forgot" to pay him due holiday money he saw it as fair game.
no it's not, it actually theft.
which makes your friend a thief.
(, Sat 19 Jun 2010, 12:32, 1 reply)
Why theft and not fraud?
you claim that you bought an item, and then they give you a refund. Not sure if claiming you bought the item counts as theft, or just deception.
(, Sun 20 Jun 2010, 9:21, closed)
it is dishonestly appropriat[ing] property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it.

For what we tend to think of as theft the dishonestly appropriating tends to be slipping the item into a pocket, but the Theft Act 1968 uses the above definition
(, Mon 21 Jun 2010, 14:20, closed)

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