A new says there is a " of micro-crime" in Great Britain. Researchers from a research organisation were by their findings. Matthew Smith, a analyst, said: "You wouldn't expect that three in four people you see are [hiding] a criminal . Yet that's exactly what is happening….As many as 74 per cent of British people are 'micro-criminals' – having [done] at one very minor or 'micro' crime." The most crime the British public say they have done is paying someone cash when they know that the person will not pay on it.
The say men and middle-class people were the most to commit micro crimes. About 80 per cent of middle-class people admitted to micro-crimes, while the was closer to 70 per cent for -class people. The second-most common micro crime was downloading or streaming TV , movies or music. Slightly than 30 per cent of people said they did this. Other micro-crimes include paying for bags in supermarkets, lying about your to get a better deal, and eating in a supermarket without paying.