Manchester United burger stand workers caught on camera stuffing takings down their trousers after £4,500 disappeared

                   Fliavio Andrade (left) and Lugman Arogundad

A group of burger stand staff at Manchester United's ground were caught on camera shoving money down their trousers in a 'skimming' racket after £4,500 disappeared from the till.
The football club set up secret cameras at the Old Trafford fast food joint after takings repeatedly went missing during home matches and other sporting events at the ground. 
Seven employees were then caught red-handed helping themselves to the money, which came from fans buying burgers and other fast food items.

The racket was dubbed 'skimming off the top' which is slang for taking cash 'off the top' of the daily receipts of a business.
The workers - who were linked to £600 which went missing during the Super League Grand Final between rugby League clubs Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors - could now be facing jail for theft.
Anthony Agabaje, 21, of Clayton, and Mustafa Belkhair, 20, of Ardwick, denied any wrongdoing but were found guilty at trial.

Lugman Arogundada, 22, of Blackley, Mwila Bwanga, 20, of Gorton, Olamide Oyawaye, 21, of Sandbach, Justino Edmilson, 22, and Fliavio Andrade, 22, of Rochdale, all pleaded guilty to theft.
But police are still investigating the disappearance of around £4,500 in cash, which is still unaccounted for.  
Prosecutor Heather Alsop told the court that a peephole camera was installed at that kiosk after bosses realised money was missing.

Fliavio Andrade, who was team leader at the EK03 kiosk, was at the centre of the scam, she said. 
She said that, after the rugby clash between Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors, the tills at the kiosk were found to be £382 short.
A full stock check revealed more than £200 of food and drink was missing as well. 
CCTV was analysed and the men were arrested.
Mrs Alsop said: 'There is evidence the defendants took money from the till and put it down their trousers as well as inside blue gloves meant for hygiene. The money was passed around and shared out.
'It is said Mr Andrade took a cut of that money before the other team members pocketed the remainder.'