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Wilson v Exel UK Ltd - employer was not vicariously liable for employee's "frolic"

An employer will not be vicariously liable for the actions of its employee - albeit in the workplace and during working hours - where such actions were "an unrelated and independent venture of his own: a personal matter, rather than a matter connected to his authorised duties".

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