Fraudster Arron Thomas spent £4,250 on wife's breast op
A clerk who stole money from a firm to fund a lavish wedding and breast surgery for his wife has been jailed.
Arron Thomas, 32, generated cheques worth £100,000 while working at an Oxford building firm in 2011, paying the money into his wife's account.
It was spent in 10 weeks on a wedding, including a £14,135 car, a £420 cake and £4,250 on breast augmentation for his wife Rhianna, 24.
Thomas was jailed for 22 months. His wife was given a suspended sentence.
Oxford Crown Court heard her criminal activity was limited to possessing the money and that her husband had control of the funds.