Mark McMorrine will likely be styling hair in prison for the next 18 months.
The Lasswade, Scotland hairdresser was recently convicted of theft and fraud stemming from a scheme in which he stole equipment from the salon which employed him and sold it via his eBay account. It is reported that McMorrine netted more $125,000 from the sale of the items which ranged from flattening irons to posh shampoos.
Theft from one’s employer has long been regarded as cause for dismissal. In McMorrine’s case, he lost both his job and his freedom. Please visit Canadian Employment Law Today for more on this story.