Rather than call the police on hungry thief, 7-11 owner sends him home with more food.

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Rather than calling the cops on a teenage boy who was caught stealing snacks, this compassionate 7-Eleven manager sent him home with even more food.

Jitendra Singh had been managing his branch when one of his employees alerted him to the young man's suspicious activity.

Upon reviewing the security footage, Singh saw that the youngster had been secretly pocketing snacks as he wandered the aisles.

When the teen approached the counter, Singh asked him to reveal all of the merchandise hidden in his clothes - otherwise, he would call the police.

The teen responded by saying that he was only stealing food because he and his younger brother were hungry and had nothing to eat.

Singh then told the teen to go and collect more pizzas, chicken, sandwiches, fruits and meals from the aisles so he could take them home - all free of charge.

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Singh told the teen that this was not food that he was stealing. If you want food, I'll give you food, believing that people just need to know that someone cares. He said "that it's not going to make any difference to me if I give him some food because we make a lot of food, we sell a lot of food. If he goes to jail then he's definitely not going to do anything good in life."


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