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Former Croatian soccer star Josip Gašpar had been coaching club side NK Precko Zagreb - that is, until he stole the credit card of one of his players and bought 36 bottles of Jagermeister.
According to Croatian news site Jutarnji, the coach swiped the card from the locker room and went on his shopping spree at a local liquor store, with the bill amounting to 3,956 kune (about $676). Gašpar tried to buy more alcohol at the same location a second time, but the card was declined, and a police investigation began (the store security camera proved to be his downfall).
(Thanks to Dirty Tackle for bringing this to our attention.)
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