JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Next time you're eating out, take a look around. Your neighbor may be deciding what to order, or he might be deciding what to steal.
"Salt and pepper have gone missing, HP sauce, steak sauce," Aine Culhane rattled off. "Anything that's Irish really they try to take."
Aine Culhane and her three sisters own Culhane's Irish Pub in Atlantic Beach.
They've been open six years and guests have been stealing their wares for just as long.
"The first two years we had pictures out, and then we started noticing the pictures disappearing," Culhane said, "So then we started nailing all these pictures to the boards."
There aren't any hard statistics on customer theft, according to the National Restaurant Association, which says even individual restaurants have a hard time putting a price on the losses.
Culhane estimated her restaurant probably loses several hundred dollars a year replacing stolen items.