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Hovering for Lucozade

First case involving a hoverboard heads to court

 

The first case involving a hoverboard will head to court on 30th December according to a report published in Saturday’s Daily Telegraph.

 

Omaree Lindsay stands accused of stealing a crate of Lucozade from a Co-Op in Mitcham whilst on a hoverboard
Omaree Lindsay stands accused of stealing a crate of Lucozade from a Co-Op in Mitcham whilst on a hoverboard

 

Nineteen-year-old Omaree Lindsay of Croydon, Surrey stands accused of riding into a Co-Op on a hoverboard and leaving – without paying – with a crate of Lucozade.

 

Expected to be bestsellers this Christmas despite being banned from public places, hoverboards have also found favour with Lilly Allen, Justin Bieber and Jamie Foxx.

 

 

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