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Chelsea and England football star Glen Johnson has been fined for shoplifting a lavatory seat and a set of taps from B&Q.

The ?30,000-a-week defender, currently on loan to Portsmouth, was spotted by security guards removing the seat from its packaging.

He was then seen to put it in the box of a cheaper version with the help of Millwall's Ben May on Wednesday at about 5.30pm.

The pair, both 22, were also seen to hide an expensive set of tap fittings under an upturned sink on their trolley.

Police arrested the footballers at the store in Dartford after they had paid for the cheaper seat and the sink. They were taken to the manager's office were they were shown CCTV pictures of their actions.

A worker at the store said: "We all recognised Johnson."

He added that nobody could believe the star would be "moronic" enough to steal the items. The pair were both given onthe-spot fines of ?80.


Silly sod, but you cant help but laugh.

Other than that - is an 80 quid fine all you get these days ?

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well he is starting to be a Drain on the team and could probobly do with an early Bath.

he never really fitted into our Cistern properly did he icon_wink.gif

sorry I never meant to Sink to that icon_lol.gif

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Chelsea and England football star

He isn't a Chelsea star atm is he? It should say "Portsmouth and England football star".

The media really likes to drag us down in the mud. Next time it will be "Possible future Chelsea star Ronaldinho steals a saddle" icon_rolleyes.gif

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