Yes! Just last week I had a salad in the refrigerator at work. And to my surprise when I was ready for it it was gone.
No one knew where it went because it just mysteriously got up and walked out of the refrigerator.
I was livid but that didn't do any good, so I just simply forget it.
I just know next time don't leave any food in the refrigerator.
But I am still puzzled how someone could take up what they didn't put down, and above it all eat it. Some people are just weird.
Thanks for your question.
Oh yes, nothing is safe. They take your food, pop, and coffee. It's pitiful. I work in a Prison and it's not the inmates taking it!
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