The incident with the seltzer at Safeway the other day made me remember this. I was probably high school age and went to the flea market with my mother. A woman came up to me and stated "excuse me but I think you have one of my sterling silver rings in your pocket" I just stood there being young and not knowing what to say. My mother lit into her and the woman left convinced, I'm sure, that I had stolen one of her rings. I hadn't. I didn't have a purse and had my little bit of money in my pocket which I would reach in and check on. That must have been what she noticed me do and thought I had taken a ring. It's very unsettling to be accused of something you didn't do or even something you didn't say. I know I had a similar thing happen to me at Winco Foods with cat litter when I "skipped bagging" and didn't put the litter next to the scanner after scanning. I'm putting this under this area since stealing isn't just shopping. People steal in all kinds of way. I can't blame stores and vendors for being cautious. People do steal. I just don't like being accused or insinuated that I do or did.