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Two schoolboys reportedly ransacked a Sainsbury's for food and alcohol after being locked in the supermarket overnight.

The 12 and 13-year-olds allegedly hid in the East Kilbride store before it was closed before helping themselves to items on the shelves, running up a £300 bill.

The pair were reportedly discovered by workers starting their shift at 2am, according to the East Kilbride News.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/schoolboys-sainsburys-supermarket-east-kilbride-kingsgate-lock-themselves-food-drink-ransack-300-a7896171.html
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I don't like young people but you can hardly blame them, after all, temptation was in their way!
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I don't like young people but you can hardly blame them, after all, temptation was in their way!

Rustie...

This story reminded me of how much schoolboys resemble locusts.

I will go grocery shopping with a friend, stuff her fridge and cabinets.

If she has teenage boys, they and their friends will pretty much wipe her out in a day or two.

Not so much teenage girls because they are always dieting...they are much cheaper to own.  :)

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