Once upon a time there was severe punishment for bakers that cheated about weight of their bread (either selling loaves that were too small or mixing ground chalk with the flour): the cheating baker was locked in a cage, dunked in the river and then pulled out just short of drowning. Today those barbaric practices are over. The direst consequence a cheater can face now is a hard kick inna privates by a furious customer...
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