A prolific shoplifter stole 11 jars of coffee and a bottle or orange squash.
Andrew Sharpin, 35, also walked out with bottles of washing up liquid and Baby Aptimel milk during his shoplifting spree around stores ion Uttoxeter.
Sharpin appeared at Cannock Magistrates’ Court to admit six shoplifting charges – the majority of which happened in a three-day period.
He admitted stealing 11 jars of Kenco coffee worth £59.85 from a shop in Dovefields retail park on April 17.
He also admitted stealing between four and five bottles of washing up liquid worth between £20 and £25, from Poundland, in Dovefields retail park, on April 18, reports BurtonLive.
He then pleaded guilty to stealing a box of Persil and a bottle of wine from a shop in Carters Square, as well as two tins of Baby Aptimel worth £16 from Asda, in Carter Street, on April 19.
Sharpin had a 10-day break from his crime spree, but was back to his thieving ways on April 29.
He admitted stealing chocolates and sweets worth £75 from Lidl, in Dovefields retail park, on that date.
Lastly, he admitted stealing two bottles of wine and a bottle of orange squash from Tesco Express, in New Road, on May 17.
Sharpin, of Medina Road, Birmingham, has been fined £200 and ordered to pay £93.81 compensation.