Peckish pilferers caught out by snack attack

 作者:钱熨     |      日期:2019-03-02 02:11:02
By Anna Gosline in New Orleans A BURGLAR’S hunger pangs could go a long way towards putting him behind bars. Greedy felons frequently leave behind vital clues after snacking on food from their victim’s fridge. Traces of saliva left on anything from carrots to cheese hold enough DNA to identify the perpetrator, according to an analysis of leftover food. Committing a crime seems to work up an appetite. According to a 1973 article in the British Dental Journal, “Criminals appear to be unable to resist food, chocolate or fruit that they find on premises into which they enter illegally. They are also inclined to leave,