(形容詞/名詞) 在某人不知情的情況下將某物放入他或她的口袋。亦寫成 putpocketing。
—put-pocket, putpocket (n.)。
London police warned Friday that an advertising campaign for a mobile phone operator involving former pickpockets actually slipping money into people's pockets could cause trouble. In the "put-pocketing" stunt for TalkTalk, a total of 100,000 pounds will be 'given back' to recession-hit Brits by a 20-strong team of former pickpockets.
—"London police oppose 'put-pocketing' stunt," Agence France Presse, August 21, 2009
Mark Schmid, communications director of TalkTalk, said: "With so many scams out there, Britons have become very sceptical of companies giving money away — so we have turned to Put-Pocketing to give something back. "While unconventional, we don't think anyone is going to mind finding a crisp £20 in their pocket courtesy of the activity."
—Jennifer Whitehead, "TalkTalk courts controversy with £100k stunt involving ex-pickpocketers," Brand Republic, August 20, 2009