Self-Checkout is Turned Us All Into Thieves
This isn't a promising look at the modern state of ethics.
According to a study from AOL Money of almost 5,000 people, almost one-third admit they've stolen something at a grocery store self-checkout.
The most common technique is picking a cheaper fruit or vegetable when they're weighing their produce. Other people pick "small" when they're asked to enter a size . . . and some just put stuff in their bags without paying for it.