The Head Equipment Manager from Juventus was arrested this week for stealing more than 2,000 home, away and yellow training shirts from his own club.
Adrian Roberto Oliva was arrested on his way to Spain were he wanted to sell the shirts on the black market. After searching his van, the police found 700 shirts and another 400, plus £1,800, in his apartment.
The 36-year-old Equipment Manager was filmed putting handfuls of the shirts calmly into black bin liners, completely unaware that he was being caught on camera.(as you can see in this video)
Juventus officials became suspicious when they noticed more than 2,000 football shirts - costing £70 each - had disappeared from the club's stockroom.