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You can get a bag that locks up your food to stop colleagues nicking your lunch

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The work fridge is a wonder – how long has that cream cheese been in there? Wheres that can of Coke you put away for later?

If you work in a communal space then chances are someone has nicked something of yours from the work kitchen.

So to stop all those food thieves, welcome the COMBiSAC bag.

This is a purpose-built bag with a combination lock to secure your food and personal items from cheeky co-workers who help themselves, flatmate or siblings.

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Leaving a locked bag in the fridge might seem a bit drastic but no one wants to pay for a second lunch because someones stolen your first.

Tamoy Carter is the man behind The COMBiSAC bag which is in the production phase.

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He and his wife are hoping to raise the funds for it on their Kickstarter page so they can roll it out country-wide.

At the moment theyre charging £12 for the stuff which comes in one size – 27cm by 37cm and can hold a large bottle of drink.

Anyone who makes a pledge on the Kickstarter will also get a 33% discount.

We need this bag (Picture: Tamoy Carter)

Tamoy, from London, had the idea at his workplace where he realised the universal inconvenience of having food stolen.

He explained to Metro.co.uk: It all started when I witnessed colleagues frustration at work after their milk and other food items would go missing from the office fridge.

I also read about other office workers frustration as a result of their food items going missing from the fridge or being meddled with.

This resulted in various warning notes being left on items or on the fridge trying to deter the perpetrator.

I quickly realised that people all over the world were experiencing the same problem not only in workplaces but also students at universities and people generally using shared spaces.

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He shared the idea with his wife and together they worked on making the bag, with the aim of making it lightweight and easy to carry around.

The bag isnt waterproof and will need airflow coming in to stop the food from spoiRead More – Source

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