Soldier kicked out of the Army for stealing a colleague's bank card to buy FIFA points for his Xbox

Soldier kicked out of the Army for stealing a colleague's bank card to buy FIFA points for his Xbox



A British Army soldier has been kicked out of the military for stealing a colleague's bank card - to buy FIFA points for his Xbox.



The dismissed officer, Private Lewis Billam bought £216 worth of the virtual currency used in the popular football video game.



Bulford Military Court heard that the 27-year-old bought three lots of £71.99 FIFA points packs on his colleague Private Megan Martin's card. The £71.99 packs give players 12,000 points which can be spent in the game.



The points can buy 'FUT packs' which allow players to build a squad of footballers or 'FUT Draft' which lets players pick the best fit for each position from a five-player draw, Mail Online reports.



After stealing Pvt Martin's card at a party, Pvt Billam also purchased £16 worth of items at a local garage, the report said.Latest Post Follow us on Google newsTwitter and on Facebook
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