A woman when I was working at Bullseye came through my lane, and then like an hour later called Bullseye saying she'd lost her credit card, and thought I'd taken it.
And I was one of the better employees, because managers made little announcements on the walky talkies and crap all the time about what a good job I was doing. I even got a little "prize" once for my work, and I got hired as a permanent employee after originally just being seasonal.
But this lady, and I think I remember her (I'm pretty sure it's who they were talking about anyways, though I saw hundreds of people that night) paid in cash anyways, yet thought I'd somehow stolen her card. She couldn't have possibly lost it on her own or anything.
Either way, thought the police and everyone were making my life a living hell in the back, they searched all my things and (duh) didn't find the card, so they couldn't get me for that. Instead, I was fired because I used the thrown away gift cards that customers gave to me when there was only .5 or .10 cents left.
I'd seen other Bullseye employees take them, though in retrospect I guess I can see why that'd make them mad? Either way, in my mind, they should have told me not to do that, or warned me against it in training or something.
It should have been a warning, not a firing - especially because it wasn't even stealing at all. Meh.