PacManDreaming: Simple solution. Just make a bait sandwich or other food with a generous helping of Denatonium mixed in. It's safe and it'll let the thief know that they may encounter other surprises during their refrigerator raids.Or, you could just add a chopped ghost chili in the bait food and sit back and watch the fireworks.
BooBoo23: Another simple solution.
Vegan Meat Popsicle: I hate to be Debbie Downer, but just in case anybody thinks lacing anything actually is a good idea, not only are you likely to be fired for lacing your food if you get caught, you'll also likely face charges./ so be extra, EXTRA sneaky
Langdon Alger: my old program director at the radio station would leave a few TV dinners in the freezer in case he worked late but the weirdos who did overnights or weekends would steal them. Lacing several with syrup of ipecac made that stop real fast. Also too, the guy got fired because he left the board unattended which resulted in lots of dead air.
Big Beef Burrito: Thats odd. Who would steal thirty sack lunches?
FarkerinMN: Vegan Meat Popsicle: I hate to be Debbie Downer, but just in case anybody thinks lacing anything actually is a good idea, not only are you likely to be fired for lacing your food if you get caught, you'll also likely face charges./ so be extra, EXTRA sneakyI think it would be hard to press charges against someone for lacing their own food, you could very easily just say that you have a bolima problem and putting ipicac in your sandwich saves a step. Hell at that point you have a disability and HR can't touch you./unless you do it with an illegal drug
Bathia_Mapes: Why in the hell would you steal ice packs? That makes no f*cking sense whatsoever.
Jerkwater: Does this actually happen? I've worked in half a dozen offices over the past 15 years and have never had my lunch stolen, or heard of anyone else who did.
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