Every kid has imagined what it's like to get locked in a grocery/candy/toy store all night, left to your own devices. Endless chips, cookies, ice cream, and toys, with no parents around to reign you in ... what more could a kid want?
For two pre-teens in Scotland, this dream came true, but they're definitely getting grounded because of it.
The kids were found with nearly £300 (around $386) worth of food and booze on them, and a £35 camera and two memory cards were later found missing.
A spokesman told the paper, "Parents were called and the children were picked up and are safe and well. Following further enquiries three items have been reported stolen. Enquiries are ongoing with Sainsbury's."
The sneaky boys apparently hid in the clothing department around the time the store closed at 10 p.m., avoiding security guards and employees closing down the store. A source told the Kilbride paper that by the time the boys were found, they had helped themselves to food, booze, and various other products.
After the incident, the store is stepping up security, with a source telling the local paper, "It's shocking that security guards failed to notice the two boys."
Hopefully all the junk food and booze was worth whatever parental punishment comes their way.
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