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Criminologist reveals to Sunrise real reason celebrities steal after Ocean Alley star is caught shoplifting

Criminologist Dr Xanthe Mallett has explained why some people have the compulsion to steal, after a member of a popular Australian band was caught shoplifting in New Zealand.

Lachlan Galbraith, vocalist and keyboard player in the band Ocean Alley, was forced to issue a statement on social media after a photo emerged of him putting a bottle lid in his bag at a hiking and fishing store in Queenstown.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Criminologist explains rare condition kleptomania.

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Mallett appeared on Sunrise on Wednesday to discuss the rare condition known as kleptomania — an impulse control disorder creating an urge to steal. There is no suggestion Galbraith has the condition.

Mallett said she was compassionate to the plight of sufferers.

“I think in some cases it can be a thrill, but it can also be a mental health condition known as kleptomania, which means people just have an urge they can’t resist,” Mallett said.

“It’s literally, for some of these people, a compulsion disorder and for the true kleptomaniac — and it is an incredibly rare condition — they don’t need these items.”

The criminologist pointed out that celebrities caught stealing can often afford the items.

Mallett appeared on Sunrise on Wednesday to discuss the rare condition known as kleptomania — an impulse control disorder creating an urge to steal. Credit: Sunrise

“They can certainly afford to buy them and afterwards they feel a strong sense of guilt,” Mallett said.

“They even return the item, store it or throw it away. So, it’s not about needing to buy the item.

“It’s about an emotional need and an anxiety release that they feel when they have completed that theft.”

Celebrities who have been caught red-handed include Stranger Things star Winona Ryder, who was found guilty of stealing $5,560 worth of designer clothes from Saks Fifth Avenue, back in 2001.

In 2014, troubled actress Amanda Bynes was accused of stealing a $200 hat from luxury department store Barney’s in New York City —which she later denied, saying she was only using it to cover her face.

Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to jail over the theft of a necklace worth $2,500, in a case that played out in the media in 2011.

Mallett said kleptomania can be a “debilitating mental health condition” linked to other mental health issues.

“They (sufferers) often feel anxious or depressed beforehand, and it is an emotional release,” she said.

Mallett said there was no cure, but the condition can be treated by encouraging sufferers to manage their behaviour.

“It’s very difficult — there are no treatments available,” she said.

“But it’s about controlling behaviours rather than treatment.

“It’s really about learning ways to manage it better yourself.”

A CCTV photo of Galbraith from Ocean Alley was posted online by Hiking and Fishing Queenstown on Sunday.

“Good to see the fellas in town for their performance at (the Rhythm and Alps music festival) tonight,” the store said.

The store said Galbraith had stolen a lid from a Yeti drink bottle — worth about $17. They asked him to return it before the band left town.

Lachlan Galbraith, vocalist and keyboard player in the band Ocean Alley, was forced to issue a statement on social media after a photo emerged of him putting a bottle lid in his bag at a hiking and fishing store in Queenstown.  Credit: Instagram

“We realise hydration is important, so no worries, but please feel free to return the Yeti Chug cap back before you leave town tomorrow.”

Later on Sunday, the store made a post on Facebook that appeared to suggest the issue had been resolved.

“Thanks to the guys from Ocean Alley for reaching out,” it said.

In an Instagram story on Monday, Galbraith admitted he had stolen a drink bottle lid and apologised for his actions, calling it a “complete act of foolishness”.

“It is a moment I am not proud of at all and one that I have deep regret and remorse for,” he said.

“I am so sorry for disappointing all of our fans, the team at the store and of course the band.”

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