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    • The fact that someone would actually grab your stuff from the fridge and eat it pisses me off.
      Enovos 23 apr
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    • Every time this has been posted on legal advice someone asks "What if I write that's it's poisoned/Spiked" and the unanimous answer is always: Doesn't matter, if you put it somewhere where there has always been food, and will reasonably be food, it's booby-trapping and is illegal.
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    • I feel like they couldn’t legally do anything. He put them in HIS food and it’s only illegal to put things in other’s foods. It doesn’t make any sense.
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    • Put Viagra AND laxatives in it that way the perpetrator will spew diarrhea out of their erection.
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    • I feel like you cant go to jail for putting laxatives in food that belongs to you if someone steals it and gets sick what right do they have to blame you
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    • OP is not in any legal trouble. They clearly marked THEIR SOLE PROPERTY and someone stole it, even if OP flooded it with laxatives it's OP's right as an American to put as much laxatives as OP wants. If someone steals their food and paints their underwear with their stomach lining, its their fault
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    • For anyone that has had this happen to them consistently, try putting a fuck ton of ghost pepper hot sauce in whatever you have. Make sure it’s hidden in the food. It’s still technically food and if they take a bite; they’re going to have a shit time
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    • Counter point, the person was stealing habitually. If they had not stolen, they would not have eaten it. Maybe OP just really needed to shit later and fucked up his dosage a bit, and thieving snake here became the victim with his thieving.
      Picono3 24 apr
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    • How tf were they wrong from a legal standpoint? The THIEF stole the “poisoned” food and willingly ate it.
      Bananakin 24 apr
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    • “Judge if my client wants to put poison his food, by god He’s allowed to under the constitution, what we need to discuss is why someone would eat poisoned food that is clearly labeled as such, and not to mention they broke the law by stealing it from my client”
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    • Someone was stealing my drinks at work to the point once. One time I came back to the break room a little early to take a piss and my drink was sitting right across from where I usually sit. Some fat pregnant woman was drinking my lemonade. So I took it to the bathroom and pissed in it.
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    • Imagine being the low life nigga who goes to work every day and eats their coworker's food for lunch.
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    • At a job I had years ago, I used to bring a container of sweet tea. I brewed it every morning, and would have it on my lunch and dinner breaks. Someone kept drinking it, leaving me none. I wrote and asked kindly, but resorted to adding antifreeze to the tea to see who got sick. It was my manager.
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    • We had a problem with people stealing food and drinks at my workplace. My evil genius villain coworker took a trip to our local pharmacy and obtained some ipecac. The thief was both humiliated and fired that day.
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    • What I'm reading is that stealing is ok and can be very beneficial.
      Reveltron 25 apr
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    • I mean they ate someone else’s food. They took the risk of not knowing what was inside so yeah.
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    • Technically them suing you is them admitting in open court of petite theft of your food.
      fitzopd1 24 apr
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    • But what if the laxatives were for the original food makers own use because of his bad constipation and the thief got “poisoned” on accident
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    • I worked with a guy like that, was super fat and always hungry. What i did after i got fet up with him was: make a delicious sandwich that didn't require peanut butter, add a ton of peanut butter, and pretend like i didn't kno he had a severe allergy to it as i ate his lunch while he's being saved
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    • Laxatives aren't poison they are over the counter medicines that could reasonably be in someone's food if they are constipated and that's how they can get it down
      Sohks 24 apr
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    • People who steal food from the work fridge are knuckle-walking degenerates
      Drealam 24 apr
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    • I don't know much about law, but since he marked his food Poisonous- Do not eat, doesn't his co-worker assume risk since it was technically properly labeled?
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    • ˙dǝǝls ɹǝᴉɥʇ uᴉ sǝʌlǝsɯǝɥʇ dood llᴉʍ ʎǝɥʇ uǝɥʇ os oslɐ uᴉ ǝuᴉɔᴉpǝɯ bdǝǝls ʇnd ǝɯᴉʇ ʇxǝu
      CIA__ 25 apr
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    • They deserved it. I hope they shit their guts out.
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    • I added the laxative to help myself being as I'm constipated. The thief ingested said laxatives knowingly 🤷🏻‍♂️ prove me wrong
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    • Reminds me of a story my dad used to tell me of a worker who'd always steal another man's burrito during lunch break. They didn't know who it was, but after adding habaneros, the culprit was found yelling all sorts of cuss words with a red face. He never stole food again.
      Vic_Tsumi 24 apr
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    • Just say that you put laxatives in your food bc you have trouble shitting. So to keep yourself regular, you do that. Someone breaks the law and steals my property, that's on them. They shouldn't have stole it in the first place.
      DN13 24 apr
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    • I mean, if it's properly labled, even if you were the one who made it, as long as the person eating the food did it out of his or her free will, there shouldn't be legal repercussions. Even if the food wasn't labled, it's still Petty theft
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    • How is he objectively in the wrong? He has a right to put laxatives in his food, and it’s not his fault someone kept eating it
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    • Fuck that shit I’m labeling it “Photos of grandma’s yeast infection” in bold and putting that shit in the fridge. You gonna take my food now bitch?
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    • Ok sexhaver
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    • couldnt you just argue you put the laxatives in it for your own health? like i cant take em strait so i put them in my food. thats should cover your ass
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    • I love that we protect criminals more than law abiding citizens. Next they will ask law abiding citizens to hand over their guns....ooohhh wait
      dupeed 25 apr
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    • Its just laxatives though, so the op could claim that they put the laxatives in for themselves because they are constipated
      Wespum 25 apr
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    • Simple solution, dice up a dried ghost pepper and put it in there, then label it "warning, extremely hot" and if they eat it, they're gonna suffer but can't really sue you, since it's deemed food, why people always go for shit that can't be considered a normal addition to their meal?
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    • Just put a lot of spices in a food or make it taste like shit. Or better yet tell ur boss to do something about it
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    • Imagine telling a story from reddit on tumblr
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    • But it’s literally stealing someone else’s property, how could that ever not rule in the owners favor?
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    • “Technically objectively in the wrong from a legal standpoint” while being objectively completely in the right from a logical standpoint.
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    • Wait but isn't that stealing and getting injured while committing a crime you can't sue
      joe1998H 24 apr
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    • Hold up. So if you put laxatives, in food you make for yourself, and someone steals it, and days it, you can still get in trouble? Fuck nah man.
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    • I don’t understand people who eat other people’s food, bitch just because you can’t budget enough to eat or too lazy doesn’t give you the right to eat others food
      CL0NES 24 apr
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    • How would that end up like that? You would clearly have it labeled DO NOT EAT. That wouldn't be your fault for the laxatives, the other person shouldnt touch other peoples shit, lesson learned
      AgentB134 a month
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    • If someone is stealing your things, and they die from it, that is their fault. This is almost as dumb as burglars suing homeowners for the thief getting injured on their property
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    • What you do is just absolutely put some nasty ass food in there. But hide how bad it is. I'm talking after the first bite they look down and just see a fuck ugly mess of mold inside that sandwich
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    • There’s no way he could be in legal trouble for someone stealing his food.
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    • Should have put anti-theft dye on the bag so you could see who done it and embarrass them publicly
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    • After the first time someone steals your food in the office just become the dude that microwaves fish everyday.
      NuhUhNigg 25 apr
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    • Unfortunately not true. The crime has to have a possible sentence of six months or more before you qualify for a jury trial. Even if you do in some state courts juries do not have to have a unanimous vote for a conviction to stand
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    • Simple defense: “I have been experiencing constipation recently and can not ingested the meds(lax) normally so I’ve decided to trick my brain and put it in my food, it has been working wonderfully till my food was being stolen.”
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    • It is stealing property and OP had all the right to put whatever he wanted in his food
      Erik 24 apr
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    • So if I eat rat poison I can sue the company that made it? That's what you're saying, warnings are there for legal purposes, otherwise I could actually do that
      Ijace 24 apr
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    • If something is not yours, is poisoned, and you eat it, the owner is in no way responsible
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    • No. The general consensus is that LEGALLY he is still in the clear. It isn’t a booby trap if you literally tell someone there is a trap. Same as putting a “warning electric fence” sign on your fence when it isn’t. People still climb it. Then you do get an electric fence and someone gets electrocuted
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    • The level of stupid in this is unbelievable. If it says it’s poisoned, it probably is, DO NOT PROCEED TO EAT SAID ITEM.
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    • Jobin 24 apr
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    • What if you put some really spicy shit in there? Its still food, you were gonna eat it, and they get stomach ulcers and go to the hospital? I mean. If I get in trouble I would have anyways. I woulf have taken a bat to their knees just for being a little prick
      KaleKeks 23 apr
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    • wisdom from the mouth of sexhaver
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    • How is it booby trapping if you write "its poison, don't eat"
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    • It's illegal if your INTENT was to poison someone. But if you say you're on a cleanse and you put laxatives in your food to help with it and the person ate your food... They're SOL...
      Ap0IIy0n 25 apr
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    • This was on r/prorevenge too
      Taco_Lord 24 apr
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    • If you go into someone’s house and put a mouse trap in their cookie jar, it’s your fault. But if you have one in your cookie jar, and the person comes to steal a cookie and gets snapped it’s their fault.
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    • Could've labeled it vegan, that's about the worst thing you can say about food.
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    • How could someone just take someone else’s food?? I work in construction and I can’t imagine just walking up to someone’s cooler and eating there lunch..
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    • They were warned, from a societal standpoint, they're completely in the right for doing so
      Dovahnime 24 apr
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    • You have died of dysentery
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    • So it isn't considered theft? Because that sounds like theft.
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    • Fuck it may as well put viagra in it , how stupid is someone to eat food labeled as poisonous. It could literally be anything including medicine.
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    • Honestly people who steal lunches from coworkers should be fired.
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    • Well at least they knew who the thief was..
      fckedup 24 apr
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    • Had he not marked it poison and just put the laxatives in it with his name on the bag he would be in the clear.
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    • Could just put extremely spicy hot sauce or peppers in it. Maybe that's how I eat my food, sorry if you have to go to the hospital cause you're white ass, no salsa eating, spicy milk ass can't eat it
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    • It’s unfair that the person who specifically told the guy to not eat his food is getting sued because some idiot didn’t listen to him
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    • Just use peppermint extract. It will fuck them up with out the possibility of legal action. Unless they are allergic.
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    • They need to start sticking cameras in these fridges or something. I'd be pissed and would actually poison my food
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    • How is it objectively legally wrong to do that? They included a warning label on the poison. therefore they are covered legally
      Arachea 24 apr
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    • This is why I never bring my own food to work. Because I know that at least one son of a bitch is a fucking klepto
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    • OP is innocent as far as I'm concerned
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    • That’s why you buy food. You can talk shit about McDonalds but it’s hot when you get it and it’s fast.
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    • Put extreme hot sauce on it and claim that u just like spicy foods
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    • Objectively wrong? If you eat someone else shit I don’t care if it was the ballsack of lazurus himself you can’t fucking take someone to court eating their stuff without permission
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    • The fact that this is a post stolen from tumblr that was stolen from Reddit says a lot about this society
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    • How is OP in the wrong? Stealing food from co-workers is technically petty theft.
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    • Well no. I was present for that post, and that's not at all what the consensus was.
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    • A reddit post described on tumblr and screenshot onto iFunny. Nice.
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    • But he still might lose in civil court.
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    • Why would someone bring poison to work... of course someone would still take it
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    • Well a reasonable person would understand that the food was likely not poisoned given the environment, and “reasonable” is generally the way courts tend to sway.
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    • Unless the op just contends that they needed the laxatives themselves.
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    • Of all possible names you went with “sexhaver”?
      warshart a month
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    • Oh how the turn tables.
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    • Just make a “special” brownie and not label it your bag. Then wait til after it kicks in now you have options lol aka blackmail or turn them in or just watch them fire themselves
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    • Eat the most disgusting combination of food and never worry about people stealing your food again. Ex: Plain yogurt & bread.
      Cockhouse 25 apr
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    • Or how about approach the coworker to his face and tell him to stop eating your food. What i would do
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    • If it was labeled you are in the clear
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