We're all familiar with the term "shoplifter." It's someone who steals from a retail establishment. A "loss-prevention officer" is a term used to describe those employed by a store to stop the aforementioned shoplifter.

What you're about to see is a department store in the Netherlands. Check out how their loss-prevention officer (might just be the owner) handles a shoplifter he catches red-handed on camera:

A hat, some kind of cake I've never heard of, champagne, and, they even let her keep what she swiped. I'm not sure the loss-prevention officer completely read his job description.