After spending the day at a spa (which will remain nameless) this weekend, and standing idly by while a friend (who will also remain nameless) tucked the hotel-branded white, fluffy towel into her bag as we left, I got thinking about how much stuff must get stolen from hotel rooms.
It reminded me of that Friends episode when they steal toilet roll, batteries and even plastic fruit from a hotel in Vermont.
As this Telegraph article so honestly expresses, many of us suddenly become thieves upon entering hotel rooms: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/10223157/What-can-you-get-away-with-stealing-from-hotels.html
According to this, it turns out my friend is a “towel-lifter” and a criminal. What about you? What do you think we can get away with taking from hotels? Does a towel take things too far, or would you wander out with a grand piano without a look back?