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Just Because You Can Jiggle Snacks From A Vending Machine Doesn't Mean You Should

Who wants to bother fishing around for change and smoothing out crumpled dollars when you can just shake the snacks you want out of a vending machine? Oh, wait, that's theft, as a few workers who allegedly employed the shake method to garner some munchies found out. WBBM Newsradio in Chicago says eight workers on a night shift at an unspecified business have been accused of theft for jiggling a vending machine until it coughed up free snacks.
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