SERIAL thief Jacqualine James has been told to stay in at night.
The 46-year-old, of Gibraltar Close, Fareham, admitted stealing toiletries from Lloyds Pharmacy in Highlands Road, Fareham, on November 18.
She pleaded guilty to stealing meat from a Co-op in Gudge Heath Lane, Fareham, on the same day.
And James admitted stealing soap from a Lloyds Pharmacy in Fareham on November 23.
James was ordered not to leave her home between 6pm and 5am for 28 days by Fareham magistrates.
She was told to pay £17.98 compensation to Lloyds Pharmacy and £15.01 compensation to the Co-op.
James admitted committing the crimes while subject to a conditional discharge for another theft.