Define ‘theft’

Fantastic juxtaposition of articles on the Herald website.

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A couple whose bank screwed up and deposited $10m in their account are being hunted by Interpol after fleeing the country with some of the money, while NZ’s power companies face no consequences after fleecing consumers to the tune of $4.3b in just six years.

If you’re going to rob somebody in this country, make sure you wear a tie.

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1 Response to “Define ‘theft’”


  1. 1 Liz June 11, 2009 at 10:24 pm

    LOL I’d run with the $10M too! 🙂


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