Working in retail made me a better shoplifter
When I was about 16, I got a job in a supermarket and when I started the manager told me all the kinds of things shoplifters do that I should look out for.
For example, they told me to always check the bottom of the carts as customers come through because sometimes they leave expensive but thin items in the bottom to steal them. So now I always make sure I go to a cashier who isn’t checking the bottom of the carts for stolen items.
Now that I know what the staff are looking out for, it is easier for me to steal stuff. Is it normal that they basically just gave me a tutorial in shoplifting?