Today in 1% villainy: UK property developer Kim Davies broke a bunch of laws when he used children's gravestones from a derelict church he owned to build an illegal patio at a historic home.
From The Daily Mail:
Newport Crown Court heard how planners were horrified when they saw the 'decorative stone plaques' had been used as part of a gaudy £1m makeover to the Grade II-listed home, turning it into a 'palace for an Iron Curtain dictator'. One of the 150-year-old gravestones was even engraved with the names of three brothers and a sister who all died while under the age of four.
Not only was this in violation of planning laws for Llanwenarth House, a property where Cecil Frances Alexander once penned All Things Bright And Beautiful, it seems like the plot to every other horror film.