Porthole 14 Nov 13

LOOTING sunk to new depths late last week, quite literally, after four men were arrested in Italy “hunting for souvenirs” amid the wreckage of the Costa Concordia. The unnamed men, one each from England & Ireland and two from South Africa were all employed by Titan - the company hired to salvage the hull of the upturned ship and prepare it to be towed and scrapped. After spotting the bandits at 1:30am on CCTV cameras positioned around the ship, Italian police charged the men with theft and violating a crime ...
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