He also teaches a stranger why hooking sunglasses on the back of your shirt is a terrible idea.
We're pretty sure James Corden would get fired from Walmart if he wasn't a famous late-night comedian.
The "Late Late Show" host took over one of superstores in Los Angeles during one of his regular "Take A Break" segments, and ended up destroying a few signs, stands, a melon and a bag of Halloween candy, which he slickly shoplifted on camera.
"Oh my God. This one just broke," he exclaimed to his supervisor after he distracted her long enough to rip open a bag of Twix and let the candy bars spill to the floor. When his temporary co-worker said they just had to pick them up and take them all to claims, he slipped a handful in his pocket.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Don't try that at home, kids. Or at Walmart.
Other highlights of this amusing 10-minute sketch included Corden trying really hard to sell a grocery shopper a canoe, teaching his temporary co-worker how to take a nap behind a wall of toilet paper, teaching her how to properly greet someone she hates, and teaching an older customer why hanging his sunglasses off his collar on the back of his neck is a terrible idea.
Yes, more shoplifting.
"That's a crazy place to keep sunglasses, you know that?" the comedian asked the stranger after he finally caught on to the fact that Corden was wearing them right in front of him. "Because people [can] steal those glasses at any point."
EDITOR'S NOTE: Yeah, we agree with Corden here, kids.