If you’ve ever scanned avos through as brown onions, to save a few bucks, you might want to think again.
A German business man has copped a $326k fine for scanning $73.50 of veal liver as cheap fruit.
According to the court, the reason for the hefty fine was his equally hefty salary – a tidy $37,500 a month.
And if you’re thinking that you’ll get away with this stuff in Australia, think again. Coles told News.com.au they’d called in the Police to help curb supermarket theft – something which costs the company about $1.1 billion a year.