At most big retailers, shoplifters are allowed to run free, because any attempt to touch them brings up the terrifying prospect of a lawsuit. But a Montana Best Buy employee wasn't having that, taking down a thief. Now he's fired.
This is probably a typical Monday in a Tennessee Walmart, but most of us wouldn't expect a guy to nonchalantly walk past a greeter with $2000 worth of stolen electronics. And you definitely wouldn't expect what happens next.
Oklahoma City police caught this woman shoplifting at a local Target with 33 Blu-ray discs shoved down her pants. I just want to know, where was she hiding the player?
Could it be that this Australian man was inspired by our own pants-stuffing Jason Chen of Wii-down-your-pants fame? This guy seen on the video somehow fits a huge projector down his pants and then laboriously walks out of an electronics store.
The European shoe manufacturer, Reno, is doing something different to stop the increasing amount of shoplifting going on at its stores. Rather than installing more cameras, or using those ink-exploding things, Reno will be embedding RFID tags in all of their shoes. The RFID tags will be able to track when a cheap-o…
A 30-pound Plexiglas display case containing 42 iPod nanos walked out of an Apple Store in Boulder, CO, courtesy of either very sneaky shoplifters, snoozing store clerks, or some devious combination of the two. You'd think someone walking out of an Apple Store carrying a big glass box filled with $8705 worth of nanos…