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Stealing from the office fridge

Chances are you've been mistakenly storing some of these foods in your refrigerator. Find out why they should really be stored on your counter or in your pantry instead.
Chances are you've been mistakenly storing some of these foods in your refrigerator. Find out why they should really be stored on your counter or in your pantry instead. (iStock / DrGrounds)


It appears some workers are taking the idea of the office "community" refrigerator a little too far.

A New survey of one thousand full-time office workers finds 71 percent have had their personal snack, drink or meal stolen from the shared fridge.

The survey was done by Peapod.com.

It found only about a third of workers actually admitted to taking something that was not theirs.

Overall, men were nearly twice as likely as women to admit having taken food that didn't belong to them.