A middle class family of four entered the store. The first item they selected was a large bag of grapes which they deposited in the rack at the back of the cart. All four of them immediately dove in and snacked on the grapes as they strolled through the store. I'm not sure how much was left by the time they got to the checkout to weigh them or what else they consumed in transit.
Was this a: a harmless lark shared on a family outing? or, b: simple theft and a bad lesson in entitlement for the kids? —Captain Fantastic