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Plants pinched from Chop Like A Ghanaian

Trail of soil is only clue

26 September, 2019 — By Samantha Booth

Affia Bioh [Photo: Simon Benson]

A RESTAURANT owner says she is “devastated” that two of her plants have been stolen from her O2 Centre outlet.

Affia Bioh, from Chop Like A Ghanaian, came into work last month to find that trail of soil along the ground before noticing one of her decorative plants was missing.

A month ago, a “mother-in-law’s tongue” was also suspected of being stolen from her business in the Finchley Road shopping centre.

Ms Bioh said: “We’ve tried to create a really lovely experience here and someone is ruining it. They are beautiful but they are mine, they are for the customers and I’m a small business. I don’t know why someone would do something like that.”

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