According to a recent survey, 20 percent of shoppers who use self-checkout stations admit to stealing items. The actual percentage is probably higher than that. The Atlantic reports on the ways these sneaks cheat supermarket robo-checkers.
Self-checkout theft has become so widespread that a whole lingo has sprung up to describe its tactics. Ringing up a T-bone ($13.99/lb) with a code for a cheap ($0.
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Criminals have tampered with the credit and debit card readers at self-checkout lanes in more than 20 supermarkets operated by a California chain, allowing them to steal money from shoppers who used the compromised machines. The cha...
A recent survey from Yahoo reveals 68 percent of parents steal Halloween candy from their kids. We’re actually surprised this number isn’t higher, and wonder how these highly disciplined parents resist a Snickers bar. We also wonder...
Police in the Northwest suburbs of Atlanta are on the lookout for a two-women tandem that has used the allusion of prayer to distract and steal from gullible supermarket shoppers, who leave their personal items inside their cart.