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Angry chef who released 20 cockroaches into pub kitchen after unpaid holiday pay row is spared jail


Angry chef, 25, who released 20 cockroaches into pub kitchen during row over unpaid holiday pay – costing the business £22,000 in insurance fees – is spared jail

  • Tom Williams, 25, ‘cockroach bombed’ the Royal William IV pub in Lincoln 
  • The pub’s owner said it had a large impact on staff and ‘they were depressed’
  • Williams has four previous offences including possession of a bladed weapon

A disgruntled chef who released 20 cockroaches from a jar into a pub kitchen after rowing with his former boss over unpaid holiday pay has been spared jail.

Tom Williams, 25, threatened to ‘cockroach bomb’ the kitchen of his former workplace – the Royal William IV pub in Lincoln – on October 11 amid an argument over holiday pay.  

David Eager, prosecuting at Lincoln Crown Court, said that…



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