I just want to home.
It was the words, when a 27-year-old Romanian in the Court in Glostrup received a straksdom of 14 days in jail for shoplifting. A punishment which he has already started to serve.
the Man will be deported after completion of sentence, and he can look forward to to be denied access to Denmark until march 2024.
In the court confessed, he having stolen 17 pairs of mens underwear for a total value of approximately 1500 kroner in a Net-store in Andover. It happened Sunday afternoon, and the man was subsequently apprehended by the police officers.
It tells Cecilie Bak, senior prosecutor in Copenhagen is Ranked the Police.
He acknowledged it all and explained that he stole the boxer-shorts to sell them on. He is a heroin addict and was missing money, tells Cecilie Bak and informs that the man had withdrawal symptoms, while he made the explanation.
It came to light that the man living as a homeless person and have stayed at the 'Men's Home' in Istedgade in Copenhagen, since he came to Denmark in may 2018.
Normally triggers a shoplifting in the order of magnitude of a fine. But the court chose to set an example with a deprivation of liberty and deportation, because the man twice previously convicted for shoplifting.
The desperate østeuropæer is supposedly not married and has not children. He is alone in Denmark but has family in Romania.