Burglar tries to cover his trail of blood with Pepsi after injuring himself breaking into a shop 

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This is the startling moment bungling burglar William Trotter, 37, uses a bottle of Pepsi to wash away traces of his blood at a Pizza Hut in Pallion, North West Sunderland.
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