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Nurse Robbed OAPs To Fund Boob Job

Story By: Georgina Jadikovska, Sub-Editor: Marija Stojkoska, Agency: Newsflash

A care home nurse from Germany has been convicted of stealing cash and jewellery from elderly retirement home residents to get cash for a boob job.

The nurse, identified as Stefanie K., 32, allegedly stole over EUR 2,800 (GBP 2,400) from OAPs in a retirement home where she worked in the Heideviertel district located in the state of Lower Saxony’s capital Hannover in Germany.

According to local newspaper Bild, the 32-year-old wanted to use the money for breast enlargement surgery.

Nurse identified as Stefanie K., 32, who robbed OAPs in a retirement home in order to collect money for a breast surgery in the city of Hanover in Germany. (Newsflash)

Stefanie K., who was only a part-time employee in the nursing home, started rummaging through drawers and cupboards in the residents’ rooms for cash and valuables to fund her plan.

Her victims were all reportedly aged between 84 to 95 when the thefts happened at the beginning of 2020.

Shortly after she started working, the elderly people noticed they were missing money and jewellery, and she came under suspicion after it was noted that the thefts only appeared to happen when she was on duty.

The city of Hanover in Germany where nurse identified as Stefanie K., 32, robbed OAPs in a retirement home in order to collect money for a breast surgery. (HMTG, Martin Kirchner/Newsflash)

Stefanie K. was exposed after the nursing home authorities caught her carrying EUR 280 (GBP 242) in her socks.

The District Court in the city of Hannover sentenced the 32-year-old nurse to one-year probation for a total of seven thefts in addition to a EUR 1,000 (GBP 863) fine.

The woman also has to repay the victims the total amount of EUR 2,800 which she stole from them.

The city of Hanover in Germany where nurse identified as Stefanie K., 32, robbed OAPs in a retirement home in order to collect money for a breast surgery. (HMTG, Stefan Knaak/Newsflash)

Bild reported that Stephanie K. was however found not guilty of the more serious allegation where it was alleged that three of the affected OAPs had died as a result of stress caused by the thefts, whilst one was diagnosed with dementia.

Stephanie K. who denied the charges during the trial has the right to an appeal.

Her lawyer Dogukan Isik said: “My client protests her innocence.”