High School Students Caught Stealing E-cigarettes in South Korea

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High School Students Caught Stealing E-cigarettes in South Korea
Two South Korean middle school students have been charged with theft for pretending to eat noodles outside a convenience store while stealing an e-cigarette.

According to a report by South Korean news outlet Donga, two middle school students in South Korea were caught using theft as a means to steal e-cigarettes from a convenience store. The students pretended to eat a bowl of noodles outside the store and then dumped the noodles on the ground to distract the store owner before stealing the e-cigarettes. This incident, which occurred on the 20th, has led to the middle school students being charged with theft and an investigation is currently underway.


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