Six women with baby 'stuffed their faces' and downed booze before walking out without paying £140 pub bill

Six women with baby 'stuffed their faces' and downed booze before walking out without paying £140 pub bill

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George Bunn

By George Bunn


Published: 03/04/2024

- 19:35

A family member of one of those has given the pub a letter of apology

A group of women were seen laughing as they walked out of a pub without paying a £140 bill.

The women stuffed their faces with food and booze on Saturday, March 23 while enjoying a carvery at the Wheelbarrow Castle pub in Worcester.


CCTV footage shows the tracksuit-clad women filing past the bar with one pushing a pram.

The dine-and-dashers were caught on camera leaving the popular pub at around 3pm before fleeing in a dark blue 4x4 and a dark-coloured VW Golf.

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The Wheelbarrow Castle pub in Worcester

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In a post on social media, the pub said: "These delightful ladies were part of a group of six women that decided to leave today without paying their £140 bill!!

"Shot off in a 73 plate car, nice of them to stick their fingers up to our staff who tried to chase after them as they sped off!

"You’d think they would be able to pay their bill unless their car was stolen too.

"You people are why pubs are closing every day...it’s a hard enough job as it is without scumbags thinking it’s ok to fill their faces with food and drink and then do a runner. You should be ashamed of yourselves."

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A spokesperson from the pub confirmed they have been issued an apology

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West Mercia Police have confirmed they have received a report of the incident.

A spokesperson said: "No arrests have been made.

"We did receive a report of theft from the Wheelbarrow Castle and Country Pub in Radford on Saturday 23 March."

However, the pub has now confirmed that someone did come forward to offer an apology on behalf of one of the women involved in the incident.

A spokesperson from the pub said: "Thankfully there are some decent people still left in this world as today we have had a visit from a member of the family of one of the women to pay the bill and leaving us a letter of apology!

"To this lady we send our sincere thanks for your honesty and genuine remorse for their behaviour, it is very much appreciated!

"In the current climate, we pubs/restaurants are struggling to keep our doors open for your enjoyment and work hard to provide the best we can for you all, the support we’ve received gives us the motivation to KEEP ON GOING!"

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