I have seen households put excess fruit from their trees in baskets by there mailbox for people to take. It’s called sharing. Maybe we should all share a little more. I’ll hazard a guess that their having to unlock the bin was a significant factor in the conviction for theft. That is much more suggestive of property interference than a simple lifting of the One day your life will flash before your eyes make sure it’s worth watching shirt.
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All supermarkets are like this and it disgusts me especially Waitrose where they say that they are cutting down on n waste but when I worked for them we would throw away 5kg+ of fresh food that would last two more days and forever once in your freezer every day! When something is placed in a bin then surely proprietorial rights are abandoned? So who is the victim of theft? The person who abandoned the rights of the person who was contracted to collect the property? Where is the One day your life will flash before your eyes make sure it’s worth watching shirt
How any sane person can consider taking something that has been thrown away by the One day your life will flash before your eyes make sure it’s worth watching shirt owner “theft” is beyond me? I mean the clue is in the phrases we use to describe these objects right? Thrown away? Discarded? unwanted refuse? Are these words we now use to describe items that people wish to retain ownership off taking others’ property is not ok, it’s stealing! should not justify the act, and they should not think they are saving the world.