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Grand Theft Auto 2, Crime, and Punishment

Some individuals steal simply because it can be done.  Business  and customer service in some convenience stores, coffee shop chains, and fast food outlets is lax — ludicrous!  Utensils and dishes and condiments fly out the doors.  You can walk right out with a china cup in your hand and no one says a thing.

Wholesale product is filched out back doors. Bakery products are overproduced (purposely?) and crew take it home. At department stores, clerks take home all the sample cosmetics.

Worse, at one cafe chain, I watched as a cashier sold items from a $1.00 menu — Every time customers paid in exact change, she just put the dollars in her pocket…


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  1. Great article; cross listed.

  2. Thanks for posting Grand Theft Auto 2 and rela life crime.

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