Members of Tunisia soccer team have been indicted for stealing more than a thousand dollars value of running shoes from a Perth sports store.
The Tunisian soccer team were allegedly shopping at Jim Kidd sports store at Watertown yesterday when they were accused of stepping out of the shop with the running shoes.
Assistant Manager Alex Zdravkovic said he identified them with their customized jackets with Tunisia national logo he said: “They did have customised jackets and it was emblazoned with the national logo with Tunisia.”
When confronting the team, they denied the occurring saying they were just trying them out. However, over the next two hours, while waiting for the police they slowly begin handing the shoes over in the exception of one pair
Police did not press charges, alleging there was a misunderstanding, but Zdravkovic desire them to be charged as they showed no regret
The team headed to Australia to take part in in the mini-football world cup at Langley Park.