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By queenbee / Sunday 14 June 2015 13:31 / United States - Media
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Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  Cassandra2015  |  21

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  nemisis11  |  12

How does stealing someone's food the same as calling in sick? Sick days exist for a reason, and they're limited, use them how you wish. Now if he went to his coworkers house while they were at work and stole their food, I could see how it's "just as bad".

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  leogachi  |  15

Who are you renting it from?

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OP never says it's food though. The brother could have been stealing utensils, pots, pans, or anything important OP had in their kitchen, although everyone is probably assuming he was stealing food.

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  Isandri  |  29

If he has the key, then it is not a break-in, and as it comes to the robbery - i think the sum is not high enough for police to take it seriously.. At least in Poland, when the worth of goods is not higher than 70$, they won't do shit to the criminal, just give an oral warning.. Time to change your locks OP :(

By  aruden  |  19

If he has a key take it back, because he is family give him the option to return it or you will report it to the police. If he gets in trouble it's ultimately his fault.

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

I think that OP should just change all the locks and not give out the extra sets of keys. If OP's brother is petty enough to steal, it might be too risky to assume he wouldn't make a copy of the key to get back in later- even when he turns in the original.

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