Who would have thought, but Günther Jauch has actually stolen something in the supermarket before. He now admitted this in front of the TV camera.
Cologne – Günther Jauch (66) is not only a TV legend, but is also considered the clean man of the nation. There are almost no negative headlines about him, very little is known about his private life and scandals do not exist. In the new "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" episode, however, Günther Jauch now admits to having stolen something in the supermarket before.
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Because Jessica is the store manager of a large supermarket chain, Günther Jauch wanted to know if she had ever caught someone red-handed stealing shopping carts. "No one says, 'I wanted to take him home,'" she replies. And, while we're on the subject of theft, Günther Jauch's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" candidate confess something.
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Basket stolen: Günther Jauch admits theft in the supermarket
"Do you know what I've done before?", Günther Jauch begins his theft story. "There are these little plastic baskets. Because I didn't want to buy a bag, I just took the basket home with me," the TV presenter recalls. However, he probably had a guilty conscience, because the basket went back the next time he went shopping. "Next time I'll give it back," says Günther Jauch meekly.
Thief Jauch: Who would have thought, but Günther Jauch has actually stolen something in the supermarket before. He now admitted this in front of the TV camera. (Photomontage) © RTL/Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? - The surprise special of May 29, 2023
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Jessica doesn't seem to be surprised by this confession. "I think all of Cologne has shopping baskets from us at home," she replies with a shrug of her shoulders. With that, the topic is ticked off and Jessica continues to diligently answer Günther Jauch's questions. At 64.000 euros, however, it is over for them. Jessica gets out and goes home with 32,000 euros.
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