When most of us are overdue on our rent, we either use every possible emoji to explain why or leave a bottle of better-than-average wine at our landlord’s door (along with all of those emojis). When one of Kenneth McLean’s tenants fell behind on his own rent payment, the man gave him almost five dozen bottles of rare, expensive whiskies, which would’ve been more than acceptable if all of those spirits hadn’t been stolen from a Scottish warehouse. Last July, a Diageo warehouse in Grangemouth, Scotland, was burgled, and a significant number of high-dollar bottles were stolen. (Diageo is the world’s largest producer of alcoholic spirits; it owns Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, Captain Morgan and a lot of other immediately recognizable[…]