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East Anglian Bonnie and Clyde ‘leave trail of unpaid pub bills’

Middle-aged couple accused of charming their way out of paying bill at string of pubs and restaurants

The original Bonnie and Clyde cut a swathe across America, holding up a series of banks and gas stations before going down in a hail of bullets. Their alleged 21st-century equivalents in the east of England have set their sights a little lower.

But after an audacious middle-aged couple were accused of visiting at least a dozen venues in Norfolk and Suffolk to eat steak, drink doubles and charm their way out of paying the bill, landlords and restaurateurs have joined the dots – and they are out for justice.

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