How about nose hair trimmers?…..
No Really. These people are stupid. I’ve found two pair stolen over the last year or so. How would you explain to anyone stealing those. Can you imagine? (Of course, if it’s a serious growth maybe you ought to take up a collection.)
Got to be a great story there somewhere!
What are shoplifters nabbing, and why? Are cultural trends mirrored by criminal activity?
Yesterday, AOL ran a package of Minyanville articles about those objects that are most wanted — and least paid-for — across the country.
The list included meat, books, OTC pills, alcohol, baby formula, razors, Brighton jewelry, cosmetics, and gadgets, games, and smartphones.
Then, today, a comment popped up from a reader that needs to be shared with all:
“We have a furniture store in Las Vegas. Last year when we were reordering accessories for Christmas, we did not reorder the smaller Ten Commandments plaque as we had 15 in stock. Wrong: they all had been stolen! Now, we only sell the larger Ten Commandments. Too big for a purse.”