A group of Spanish labour union workers conducted what they called a Robin Hood style raid at a local supermarket, taking more than $2600 dollars worth of school supplies to give to poor children.
Activists from the Andalusian Workers' Union took pens, erasers, markers, and notebooks from a Carrefour in Seville in southern Spain.
The region is one of the worst hit by the Spanish economic crisis.
Local media reports there were no arrests and that the supermarket hadn't decided whether to press charges.
Last summer the group led similar raids taking food from super markets and redistributing it to NGO's.