Faced with incorrect gas price, drivers toss their honesty – again

We have another case of the lack of ethics by drivers faced with an obvious mistake that allows them to take advantage of a low price for gasoline.

It happened in Woodstock, Illinois Sunday night when either human or computer error put gasoline on sale for 1 cent.

Faced with this, what would you do?

Faced with the obvious ethical dilemma, drivers chose the cheap gas, according to the Northwest Herald:

Woodstock Police arrived to the gas station between 9:30 and 10 p.m. to find cars lined down the street and blocking traffic, according to Woodstock Police Srgt. Dennis Leard. After initially clearing the congestion, the cars immediately began forming lines again at the gas station, Leard said.