Policeman banned for stealing seven fry-ups from work in first week

A former constable will be unable to serve as an officer again after helping himself to up to seven full English breakfasts at a police centre without paying. He lived within a 20 mile radius from Sulhamstead meaning he was not eligible for free meals, and was advised this before training, the panel found. Gallery: The most notorious crimes in British history (Mirrorpix) The misconduct hearing report states a fellow trainee heard him say: “I’m not entitled to this, but I should be, I only live just inside the boundary.” Larman, a former community support officer, had started training just two days before the dates he was said to have eaten the full English breakfasts. Chief constable John Campbell, who chaired the panel, said in the report: “He states that the reason for his actions were to build rapport with colleagues who met early for breakfast ahead of training.