Despite 98% of people believing themselves to be law abiding citizens, a study has revealed that the average Brit commits 32 "crimes" every year.
The crimes range from using someone's WiFi without their knowledge to pocketing incorrect change at the tills.
A third of the 2,000 people surveyed have even been caught doing something illegal but a third of them blame that on simply not paying attention to what they were doing.
Meanwhile two thirds of us don't think some of these laws are even necessary, but seven in 10 of us still feel guilty when they break them reports the Grimsby Telegraph .
The results of the OnePoll survey also found that 1.52pm on Saturday is the time people are most likely to break the law.
We also spot law-breaking behaviour an average of four times a day but just 10 per cent of us would confront the person breaking the law.
Top 40 ‘small’ laws you've probably broken
1. Drank alcohol under the age of 18
2. Sworn or gestured to other road users
3. Eaten or drank whilst driving
4. Vacuumed between the hours of 6pm & 8am on a weekday or 1pm & 8am on a Saturday or on a Sunday
5. Parked partly on a pavement
6. Cycled on pavements
7. Speeding while driving
8. Pocketed change when given wrong amount
9. Beeped a horn for any reason other than alerting traffic
10. Been drunk on the street, in a pub or in a restaurant
11. Changed a CD whilst driving
12. Had sex in a public place
13. Bought cigarettes under the age of 18
14. Dropped litter
15. Taken illegal drugs
16. Disturbed people by ringing their doorbells / knocking at their doors and leaving before being answered (or playing knock, knock, ginger - also known as known down ginger)
17. Not worn a seatbelt during a car journey
18. Flown a kite in a park
19. Used a fake name on the internet
20. Stuck a postage stamp upside down
21. Used a mobile phone while driving
22. Cycled without lights after dark
23. Parked on double yellow lines
24. Driven through a red light
25. Not paid for a carrier bag at a self-service check-out
26. Had sex when you were under 16 years of age
27. Not had a TV license and watched TV
28. Used someone else's Wi-Fi without them knowing
29. Smoked in a non-smoking area
30. Thrown tree cuttings back over your neighbours' garden
31. Claimed an item at the self-service till without paying for it
32. Taken a child out of school for a holiday - without the headteacher's permission
33. Not informed the DVLA of a change of name or address
34. Not cleaned up after your dog has pooed on the street/public path
35. Cycled through a red light
36. Fiddled your expenses
37. Sung or chanted a crude football chant in the street
38. Gone fishing without a license
39. Parked opposite a junction
40. Put make-up on while driving
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