Group stealing more due to self checkouts
The chairman of food and clothing giant Marks and Spencer Archie Norman said self-serve was encouraging theft among people who might never normally do so in other situations.
There was an attitude of, “I’m owed it,” Mr Norman said.
The M&S’ bosses comments come a week after another British supermarket chain said it was removing almost all self-serve check-outs from its stores.
On Monday, Mr Norman told UK radio station LBC that shoplifting was a “global problem” but nobody could …