Walsall YouTuber Ryan Taylor to face trial for stealing cup of tea
A YouTube prankster from the Black Country and his accomplice are due to go on trial at a crown court charged with stealing a cup of tea.
Ryan Taylor, aged 25, of Lichfield Road, Bloxwich, and Ally Law, 22, and are to have their case heard before a judge and jury at Aylesbury Crown Court.
Law, from Hepworth Close, Southampton, and Taylor pleaded not guilty to non-domestic burglary at the SnoZone ski slopes in Milton Keynes on the night of November 6-7, 2017.
They are alleged to have stolen a "hot beverage of a value unknown."
Prosecutor Louise McCullough said someone had gone into the SnoZone while the building was open.
They had hidden and, once it was shut, opened a fire exit to allow in the defendants.
Once inside they are alleged to have stolen a hot drink.
The defendants are to claim they brought their own coffee and soya milk to drink.
Judge Francis Sheriden said at court today: "This case should resolve itself. What a waste of taxpayers' money this is. I would encourage the parties to discuss the case."
The trial has been placed in a warned list beginning June 10.
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