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London thief spends money on debit card found in street


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  • Shameless thief filmed herself going on a shopping spree with a lost debit card
  • Bought herself a McDonald’s and a pair of Nike tracksuit bottoms from JD Sports
  • She also topped up her Oyster card by spending under the £30 contactless limit 

A shameless thief filmed herself going on a shopping splurge using a lost debit card she claimed she found in the street.

The woman recorded herself walking around Brixton, in south London, bragging how the ‘card works’ before treating herself to a McDonald’s and a pair of Nike tracksuit bottoms from JD Sports.

The unidentified woman also uses the Lloyd’s debit card to purchase a bottle of water and top up her Oyster card by spending under the £30 contactless limit.

In the recording the woman also offers a McDonald’s meal to a homeless person saying ‘bad deed for a good deed innit’.

The footage was posted on the Instagram account @thestreetblogsuk.

The woman was filmed recording herself brazenly using a debit card apparently found on the street

The woman was filmed recording herself brazenly using a debit card apparently found on the street 

The woman also filmed herself topping up her Oyster card using the contactless Lloyds card

The woman also filmed herself topping up her Oyster card using the contactless Lloyds card

The group, which titled the video ‘She Done Fraud’, captioned it: ‘Don’t lose your bank card around this girl.’

The woman, speaking to the camera with her face hidden, said: ‘So this morning I found a square. I spent all the money off of it.’

She added: ‘Now, just don’t lose the contactless cards guys. You have been warned. I am about.’

It’s not known whether the alleged fraud was reported to the police.  

The woman held up a pair of Nike tracksuit jogging bottoms she purchased from JD Sports

The woman held up a pair of Nike tracksuit jogging bottoms she purchased from JD Sports



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