A gang of beautiful women appeared in court today facing charges of theft and trespassing. The women of mixed origins were nabbed last week at a barn in Kent where Police found them feasting on their ill-gotten grains.
Witnesses say the gang, lead by a woman wearing a flowing red dress and known as Kay, gained access to the field by bursting through a set a barn gates and dancing onto the private land.
The court then heard how the women proceeded to steal a barrow load of grapes, apples and barley wheat before hijacking a tractor to take them to the barn where they were eventually caught. "All the while, the women were laughing a smiling and showing a complete disregard for the law" said a witness.
The judge will pass sentence tomorrow where the farmer says he hopes they all do porridge.