ACCUSED dine-and-dash fraudster Lois Loder has had her bail conditions strengthened after she failed to abide by a requirement to report to police.
Ms Loder and her companion Chiminh Phun allegedly consumed almost $250 worth of food and drinks at Elmar’s In The Valley earlier this month, then left without paying.
Staff posted photos on social media of the alleged dine-and-dashers, prompting other businesses to come forward and claim they had also been duped by the pair.
Ms Loder was granted bail on Monday after she was arrested and charged with eight offences, including stealing from the Henley Brook venue.
The 44-year-old is also accused of stealing fuel and using false credit card details to buy alcohol and book a hotel room.
She appeared in the Perth Magistrate’s Court today on those charges and 22 unrelated, but similar charges, where it was revealed she had not reported to a police station since she was released from custody on Monday night.