A British woman has been given a police caution for attacking a Barclays ATM with her high-heeled shoe. The attack took place in shortly after midnight on Saturday 2nd July 2011 in Chippenham, in the County of Wiltshire.
According to The Telegraph the attack left both the key pad and the screen out of order.
"This was a completely senseless and inane act which caused sufficient damage to make the machine unusable for other customers," said Detective Constable Richard Gardner of Wiltshire Police.
Finextra has reported that, after being interviewed last week, the woman has now been given a conditional caution. She has also re-paid the bank for damage caused to the ATM key pad and screen.