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Premier League Footballer Handcuffed After Philadelphia Cheese Confusion

Premier League Footballer Handcuffed After Philadelphia Cheese Confusion
By Conor Neville

Many professional footballers have got into scrapes with the law down the years. Not all the cases have been identical but some are very definitely less identical than others.

QPR's Steven Caulker was handcuffed in connection with a stolen tub of Philadelphia cheese outside Tesco in Weybridge, Surrey.

Caulker earns £42,000 a week. A tub of Philadelphia cheese spread costs £1.85.

Apparently as Caulker was leaving the store, he appeared to remember something and turned around to head back in.

It was then the police swooped on him, handcuffing him. Some passers-by who noticed him started laughing. Caulker was alarmed by the whole experience.

Police later confirmed that no crime had been committed. There was merely some confusion around payment.

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