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4 NJ college football players rewarded for honesty

By Associated Press

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WAYNE, N.J. (AP) — Four New Jersey college football players are being rewarded for their honesty.

The members of the William Paterson University football team each received $50 gift cards after surveillance cameras captured them paying for some batteries and sunglasses even though no employees were around.

Buddy's Small Lots in Wayne, N.J., was actually closed Sunday night. But the lock malfunctioned and the lights were on, making it appear as though it were open.

Cameras showed the men calling out for a clerk. Two can be seen depositing cash on the counter, one waving bills in the direction of a camera.

One of the players, Thomas James, tells News 12 New Jersey (http://bit.ly/14BS3of ) not everyone is a thief.

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Information from: News 12, http://www.news12.com







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gofigga wrote:
So they got rewarded for doing what they were supposed to do. Go figga!
on August 28,2013 | 03:44AM
miss_laulau wrote:
I guess in this day and age, the norm is to walk out without paying....how sad!
on August 28,2013 | 04:04AM
Anonymous wrote:
Nice human interest story. Many people would've ransacked the place.
on August 28,2013 | 05:30AM
Morimoto wrote:
Yeah, and they knew they were being watched too. Non-story if you ask me.
on August 28,2013 | 12:28PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Why are we rewarding people to be honest. That's expected of them and should be a person's default disposition.
on August 28,2013 | 06:29AM
mikethenovice wrote:
As a Boomer growing up on O'ahu, back in the 1960s, we never had a need to lock our automobile. That's a great way for a child to experience life.
on August 28,2013 | 06:32AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Now days nobody wants to be normal anymore. Seems like we are so busy muti-tasking that we have no time to care about someone else.
on August 28,2013 | 06:34AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Gone are the days we stop to allow cars to merge out of a driveway, and allow people to cross a street. Now days when I stop my car for a child playing in the street, the car behind me honks their horn. What's that all about? The number of Samaritans are dwindling with every breath we take. I'm sad. Time to bring back the school prayer. Only God can knock some sense into us.
on August 28,2013 | 06:39AM
Morimoto wrote:
God doesn't exist. Stop trying to push your religious beliefs on everyone.
on August 28,2013 | 12:29PM
Anonymous wrote:
They obviously saw the camera so they knew that if they didn't pay they would be caught as their faces are probably more visible due to the fact that they play football.
on August 28,2013 | 08:17AM
ponowai wrote:
Big deal! They knew the security camera was there.
on August 28,2013 | 08:28PM
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