How nice is it to sleep in until noon and lounge on the couch in your pajamas while somebody makes you a nice cup of tea and this sandwich…
of organic baby greens and basil on top of fresh burrata cheese, farmer’s market tomatoes, mortadella, Italian dry salame, with 15 year aged balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil on toasted rustic ciabatta bread? Well, it’s veeeeeerrryyy nice. Shouldn’t every day be this nice?
German robber nabbed after leaving behind telltale DNA on salami chunk
Published: Thursday, January 31, 2008 | 10:26 AM ET
Canadian Press: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
BERLIN – German police have charged a robbery suspect after matching his DNA to that found on a piece of salami spat out at a crime scene.
The bitten-off chunk of the telltale sausage was discovered at a building that had been broken in to in the southern city of Darmstadt in April.
Police say the 37-year-old man was taken into custody in early January after police ran his name through their computers at a highway spot-check and found he was wanted for several other crimes.
Once in custody, he was linked to the Darmstadt break-and-enter through the DNA sample on the salami and charged.
But it seems the rejected meat was not the robber’s only slip up: he has been charged with a total of 19 break-ins after other links were found.
The man, whose name was not released, remains in custody while police investigate.
(sorry for the GIGANTIC font on the German article. I can’t seem to adjust it…)