Now that Jamie Oliver has expanded his Jamie's Italian restaurants worldwide, he has found diners from any country seem to have the same bad habits -- they keep stealing his napkins. Oliver says he loses about 30,000 napkins every month, despite the fact that each of the restaurants sell the very same napkins in packs of four.
"I have noticed things in this recession. Like people nicking the linen napkins from our restaurants. We now lose about 30,000 a month," Oliver said during a recent radio interview. "And there's another thing: every restaurant of mine has the old-fashioned Thomas Crapper toilets because I've always thought they look wicked. But they are really expensive and we've had to have the handles and flushers welded on because people were unscrewing them and nicking them. Honestly, some people were coming out for a meal and going home with half a toilet. Bonkers!"