Stunning Polish model, 28, who tried to steal designer goods worth £1,000 from Harrods is SPARED jail after judge says she has ‘considerable talents’
A STUNNING model who tried to nick £1,000 worth of designer goods from Harrods has been let off with a conditional discharge after a judge praised her “considerable talents”.
Blonde Natalia Sikorska, 28, was caught as she tried to sneak out of the famous Knightsbridge store with a Markus Lupfer jacket, a pair of Claudie Pierlot shoes, a Pinko handbag and silver knife.
The Polish model and actress is also studying business management and economics at the University of Westminster.
After she admitted attempting to steal the haul worth £959.59, magistrate Grant McCrostie let her off saying: “You are a newcomer to this county, you are a student with a place at university.
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“‘You are obviously a woman of considerable talents, you are obviously intelligent.
“Taking goods from any store, including Harrods is wrong.
“Your future has been put at risk by these actions.
“Because of the fact that you pleaded guilty at the earliest opportunity and you do have a potentially bright future, we will deal with this more leniently than we should have.
“It will be a conditional discharge for a period of 12 months.”
Sikorska, who is also a business development manager at drinks bottle manufacturers Aquatiser, did not manage to leave the store with any of the items on July 5.
During the hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court, Mr McCrostie said if Sikorska stays out of trouble for the 12-month period she will not face any further punishment.
He told her: “You have been given another opportunity do not abuse the opportunity we have given you, stay out of trouble.”
Sikorska, of Chelsea, West London, replied: “Thank you so much.”
As well as being a model, actor, business development manager and student, Sikorska works as an interpreter and previously studied psychology at the University of Warsaw.
She has also worked as a sales associate with variety of luxury brands such as Saint Laurent Paris, Globe Trotter and Hugo Boss.
She was given a conditional discharge, ordered to pay £85 costs and a £20 victim surcharge.