Cinema charged with daylight robbery

A cinema in South Wales has officially been charged with daylight robbery.

The latest victim of the cinema in Bridgend was a mum-of-four who was robbed of £180 after taking her kids to watch Aquaman.

Mum Geri Widethighs told WalesOnCraic:

“I wanted to take the kids to watch Aquaman because I wanted them to appreciate the wonderful acting skills of Jason Momoa. The way he moves his thunderous thighs and flicks that hair like he’s in some kind of Timotei advert – the kids need to appreciate this. What I wasn’t expecting was to be fleeced of £180. We only paid for the tickets and a bucket of popcorn. I’m glad I didn’t let the kids go for the Pic’N’Mix, otherwise I would have had to sell the car.”

Cinema manager Chris SquareEyes, who didn’t want to be named, told WalesOnCraic:

“We will be fighting this all the way through the courts. We are entitled to charge what we like for whatever we want. We aren’t subject to any laws and we have our own overheads to cover. So stick it where the sun don’t shine and I don’t mean North Wales.”