Honest patrons didn't steal from unlocked Victoria's Secret store
Browsing at Victoria's Secret on a Sunday morning might not seem unusual, but some New York customers who did just that were in for a surprise.
On Sunday, an unlocked door allowed patrons to enter the Manhattan store before it was actually open for business. They had no idea the store was supposed to be closed -- after all, the lights were even on!
But even more surprising: No one attempted to swipe any merchandise - or apparently buy anything, either.
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The door's lock reportedly broke at some point when people had tried to enter the store earlier that morning.
According to the New York Post, there's usually a security guard posted at the store, but he wasn't there that day. Still, surveillance footage showed that all the patrons were very honest.
Some are rather surprised nothing was stolen from a store in an area that sees such heavy traffic on a daily basis.
Fox News reports someone finally called police 15 minutes before the store was scheduled to open.
And as seen on WFOR, thankfully, the incident didn't turn out like the one at a Florida Victoria's Secret in January, when some very dishonest people stole $11,000 worth of bras and panties - all captured on surveillance.
The doors to the Manhattan store were chained after police arrived.