Who hasn't right? As long as you're buying something else, you can have a sample right?
According to a new survey, one in four people have stolen something from a grocery store, and more than one in three sneak samples of food before buying it.
In the survey by Sodahead, one in four people have swiped something from a grocery store. Most of them took something that was worth less than $20 . . . but 3% of people said they stole something worth more than $100.
The most common thing to steal is food, candy or gum . . . followed by cosmetics. Only 2% stole alcohol or cigarettes. One in four seems like a pretty high number of thieves . . . and it doesn't even include everyone who sneaks SAMPLES of food before buying it. 36% of people admit to doing that.
And above all this, 23% of people said they'd keep the money if a cashier gave them the wrong amount of change.