Not in any of the hospitals where I've worked, no. But because I'm curious and bored like that today, I'll google it and post anything that I find.
I mentioned in another post that I worked in a group home setting for a couple years. At that group home, the employer kept a fully stocked kitchen, and we were allowed and encouraged to use the food and cook it there. We weren't allowed to leave the premises at all for our breaks, so he offered it as a courtesy. There was an individual who would cook something to eat, and then take food out of the refrigerator and freezer, staple items, seasonings, anything he wanted, pack it up and take it home. He would also take toiletries. He did not get fired for it, though the owner and manager were aware of it. I thought that was excessive and maybe abusive. I never took anything home from there, but I did take crackers, and milk etc. from the nutrition room at hospitals where I've worked, that was not formally offered to us. I'm not trying to be hypocritical. He took stuff there, I took stuff in other places. I think what he was doing was just crossing a line that I draw for myself, if that makes sense. And it's clear that what I do crosses lines that others draw for themselves.
Your #1 above is hilarious, and I totally agree.
Based on your posts to this question, I see I could've added another response in the poll..."Yes I do, and yes it is stealing."